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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 5, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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VOL XXII, NO. 257
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(AIN ESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY,


DECE TEN CENTS W



DECEMBER 5., 1905 TEN CENTS A WEEK


ONE AN KILLED; I


SIX ARE INJURED


UxpreS Train Crashes Into Con
stroation Crew in TuineL

WAS U NNNG AT FULL SPLED

Wlthout Any Warning a FPat Train
ODahee Around Curve into the Mdiet
of a ang of Workmen With Fatai
llRett.l
3ew Tork. Doe. 4.-One man killed,
mr dyia and two others rioasly
I rt, wa the rslt f the M ah of a
I ayg western express train
troe a oaslruction crew one the
.di amiqa dt the tuanol la Jersey
Oty early tAl morning. The men
were struaf witht warauig as they
sre working t clear the track from
Streak whlh had hapeaed two hobur

8t"alaw moss- er, of Jersey City,
Mled otbtyf John baski WIl.
DietrV Vmiaeao Knuaeika and
Taselok wmr, It Is aid, in-
tkily l i.
The me were working on the east
A trck ed the iDe about 500 feet
e ofthe tuWanl', omaoth. Their
b eks woe toward the advancing
tral. e traa itasel. known as No.
w, 0 Westera Fler, was heavily
.hies readlag behind time. The
Ial lIgIhts and tower signals showed
he track all e0ar and the engine drive.
S-r was going at a high speed when
so train swept around a curve and
'spoa the gan of laorsr,.
----* -
ASK CONGREt PO MONEY.

Medloal aid Ordnance Department
Want re Cash.
Washlg1ton, Dec. 4.-Strong effort
-ill be made at the coming session
.- cogroes to obtali more money for
the medical and ordnance departments
of toe army that the officers n these
department may have increased rank.
The medical department has been
-epecially active since the last session
of congress In making Its needs known
and Repreentative.Hull chairman of
to bhoaue omittee on military af
Jalra. saya civilian doctors throughout
4a Ualted Siates. have taken up the
4m. a th army surgeons and are x-
sttag reat laMaeoae to gala the oon
gless oaght by ta m medical part.
eat Usdaer prsem t ooaditlms the
e41di1al 4adartast et the amy feels
Sah WalcL by the pr la that a
4Iewr eatertla the may eaRnt attain
Ate reak of captala forP Ie yar. In
the mavy oly three year is realred
thoe aome advaaeemm t. IU the
a dleea department the ordamae do-
ltear t t ay It I aabe to sord
.-BteIsat raaek a app'leasto to as"
I work attractive. The ordaanee
4gartmebt is also aavilom to have
ololIatkmb woab wll ahortes from
Mr ma to moe yeWr I fut e whch
4odtaBs eeeascn maet serve it taet
Wa h trasterrjJ from ordinae*


Georgetowt. kiemrar. Dee 4 -A
ibao wbarf laborers whab is ato
rogmoee hre 1med a very eesr ie
,mpeeth UIb natI w th* De pe
wre eaopel to Ire ea a rotoM
a). It lo reported that ve rioter
-we kBtie The erthre. wrlea was the
Mgt St a demted h higher twem .

.SmV5 baY. b paratag the streets
i at of ~e were mde tta


er by bi' 'y Wee 2 -11"N
wq oser v ..essethat Ue ow
"amto,.I emowee Dan itme
smene % The n ruet osftedm'
r aT a esha er

eihthe'-' -1)~tTIL~
~rr.1 :wase so. (.kLo


m e--- -r su az believe

P'bS putld*w a es s i tO -a
U. edbwrn w b mlk As be as
@Mad" W so see SO3ow I


LmO. W .M. mpg"wee a
And 1mefe


NW MOVIEMNT 1N RELIGION.

Preacher Wants To Do Away with Do g.
ma and i tuallIt In Church.
N4w York. Dec. 4.-Rev. It. C Dii-'
Uniham, vicar of Hexton, LEnlaud.
who a year ago violently attacked Blia.
op Potter, returned here last night to
expound a new cult which he calls "the
new liberal movement in religion l,
says it was a success in Gtorg'a and
tomorrow night he will tell what it is
at a public meeting which tu hs i
galled.
Dr. Dillingham said last night that
he would take action against Iishop
Potter before\both the law courts and
the ecclesiastical oourt.s charging him
with reclving moneys under false pro.
tences. In explaining this action, the
vicar said:
"I have not givrn up my fight
against ritualism In our church, not.
withstanding the fact that I am now
promulgating a new religious move.
ment to do away with dogma and rit-
ualism. I want to see ritualism driv.
on from the sanctuaries and our church
and will always work to that end Now
It should be known that everything In
the Protetant episcopal church at
his consatertion takes an oath to pre-
serve the turceJ along the lines it
was founded. It was founded as a
protest against this very thing I am
fighting-high churchism, ritualism,
con eeslocals and the like. bishop Pot.
ter, I maintain, ha violated this pledge
aad La receiving money to keep such
churches as.Bt. Mary the Virgin. St.
Andrews and others, takes such
moneys under false pretence."

TOLSTOI's VIEWS ON SITUATION.

Doee Not Believe that Russian Peas-
ants Will Join Revolutionists.
Berlin, Dec. 4.--Russian corr.ispin-
dent of the Tageblatt nas interview 1
Count Thost4o at tae latter's home fr:;n
whence the amrepondent telegraphod:
Count Tolstol Ihows surprising opti
mIhl regarding the present conuiloun
of Russia. He considers that It is;
not dangerous and thinks the Industrial
laborers in the few large cities Luve
no moral influence on the peasants.
he peasants are not thinking about
revolution and Tolmtol regards ti ,,
newspapap'r reports about peasant up
risings as -xaggerated. Ie rays It is
only a small part of t.ie revolutionary
agitators who want to reverse the pres-
eat order of tbingi. He. however, d-.
llnes to make predictions, aiPng It
is impossible to know what will hap-
pen. It I nmeemary In a y cae to
Bet rid of the existing government
which hitherto a related upom farce
IaI M supplant it with a goveramemt suP-
potd by love. ood will and Chritetht
Met.. ____
IXAM Ea INSURANCE COMPANIES

Wahisngln n M I ievese tha e Ge-.
eag ShouM t Rerts.
Waahlltos. Dec 4---~uainatIon of


GREAT ANIONT OF


PRPElY BURNED


The Damage a Estimat-d At
Tun Million Roubles.

ALL 4 QUILT AT VLADIVOSTOK

After Several Day' ef Continuous RI
eating the Rusian City in the Far
East Reeumea Its Normal Condition
Ail Excitement Subdued.

4 dvosdrok Via Chee h-1m. Lxc 1.-
nla Tnral1ualssIon ,u.Lt wua
after two days C'uil:l.uaIur ot
t uwq uirbances.
Representative buidau a iian urare
with officials that there Ii, in) p,)l....
ity of a recurrence. 'l:,. dAzm.',go Is
*eslmated at tea amlllon Itl.Iiib Uiobt
ly In buildings detroy)'el ;.) iirt
A snlall percentage orf i.N hu:u rt,;)
rosents toe destruetlon of nrcthai;nil.4
of which immense quanIItLtni wclte I
stroyed by fre.
Talrty-five steamers vcre awaiting
the distrbutton of theli aigots at
the time of the riot.
Undoubtedly the rlot' % re precelpl
tated by the excited er. !' rions, of tal
troops and sallors, to .n j nt upon
the mass meetla held y,) citisens ts
celebrate the emp"aers liberty prtoo
laaaUon. the enthuaiuam at t.ao mass
eetlngs belrg a;cctuia''il ant( taIket
advantage of by the rl' ''!inniar F'11,
meats to Inelte the mill'.cty to acts ofu
oodlumli'm, resulting iin -hoti
There is an unusual I n'ix, of r. rIrc
sentatives of American .',:inctI ( Is: in
terests to V'ladvostock

COMMUNICATION IS CUT OFF.

London Cannot Receve Any Word
from St. Petersburg.
LIndon. Dec 2 4 4' n C('o,
moniilation between I rilon doil nd I1'.
terslurg via the (; t N nrtlcr nir Tt i '
graph corupany t .i eve-ril ithl. lf
terntpon.
Mmaisslge were r tlv<,l ihl rqiorn.
It' but nothing i ,I-- M h.d .-i' e!nloe


ntoon. The rompato
don ar inablle to
their oiff:era In F,
nw-r no Infnrmniiti'
the stoppege
Tue Assnclateld I
has receive.1 dilrui
Petereburl offaie rp
haa not rewl.(vo
mllleo loe about
nigt _


) ff.rclla: In A.
,1IIImIIII4 1 Al< $- *Is, 1.i
l',rterstlmrg They
a Ie Ithb- cauli' (i

' a whirb always.
;,-e freyn Its 14:
day rforoe nomin
rthng from that
:::0 o'clock last


Martial Law I* Reealed.


Warsaw, l.e,
ukase repeac!lri
ias PolAId *a
The IafaItry and
disltapareai from


I me aJ re lansrance ooopaiesla b e o to so T otrry ,a
UIIgt o tha Inaurance devolopmees la eourt yard and sI
New York and a general vision ot MHiliry dis'ur'-.:
the lasraraee laws for the atioalosll the government '
castal, ma recomeaded by Superto At ambhroff ,i.
teSdeat of aImrsace. Mr. Drake I hit have mu'lad n' r,"


aMseal report to the c ,0lssioaers of
the Distriet of Columbti. l Speorlatr
dt Drake says.
"1 r Juadgrmtrat. al the lorsal t'?
taerasee compialne. as~ortloae asJ
fratmal orders, a oold we xamle*4
Wseaially aad all ire ctropeale sOeMd
be aiIoMd trlesaLaly or fterae. If
de-med m seoary. at the wia-m of
wvb* be W 4 ly Is te romvel
tioa Sa e by tho lgislatle Isveotus,
Is-1 e-- tt-. e hte a lestiaaIo whi t
b S mew betag aase oft MB IasMraase
eeeateIso New Tert- Of the 3r?
e-s-oeo tieessed. trty sure leal


INsmet O Ra daeaed w1a em oa
ea- so o -. do aoUrtoe



Weate i w of 1lM.
De on. #.- e tois g Ow

&** M e masr OW as a d
by Se Uast a a a%



"MNO "aIMede% o


e d hboe Th "Ir'


-The emperor's
Ial law In HRe
(t ted here today
,ary patrols bave
startss, but ese
tJill oesealed In
* staeloe.
-" are ooreirring
lAmasha
-my reserve mtnr
!lag t he return
*rt rcluh was at


tarkedan& th c!?i weu wrore bdtloe
Tw'rm tewe"e wp't ''f TIRiMheto qfso-ll
the v-t bet the, -" re they wll VIW
@r&nt'eir'p cmr I orderVd to do
so
00delaepe 41.' 1,' fee heWs stal*
plte OWD"Or t140 .'s arl1im"sg the
bsreeo f' Clamp"

reetel Coot'h to Wed&
IAIllbo [fre a-As 60e ineinet
m e Vaawrthl!l Ia NNW C Weo
as a*sawe raeisr ~vto battue wWu

do u am "ern~dto 400 3b
- Wet p tma Wta m ft1an W
M& f tk 'cr d "4of Ewe

!OvaTet on' bebm-

mem e~w mem
NO opat W 9 ~ ellmeme
mom it,-i m~ &-ire wut
~e amHsoL- 5-W. b
ago 606 lw s &"
:03a. NOW VS . m
44 o di W 4"0 i
do f" mft doo
SPIN


ROOSEVELT TO WITNESS GAME

President and Party Will Seo Footbal
Played Between Army and Navy.
Wasuaingtoin Ik'o. 4.- lrt,4trn
Roof.-velt ltft Wasuington at S clu,'
th!s morning for irincetoa, N J. i
wlUILtu the annual rauie of fIttna
to be played on Prt iieton fie;l t-.
afttrnoon I tweM n teaamu r'p.ent:n
the naval and military academles. Iti
the plrsideni' aimmusdiate party were
Mrs. Hoosevvtlt. Mias lthrl HRooevelt
bicretary and Mrs. Root. Secretary)
Ineb. Captain and Mrs W\. (Cowltx'
L)r. P M, HRxey, Mr. and Mrs D)oglass
KRoinson and Mias Corlnne Koblnsoi
and Mis Imsbelle Ilagner.
Tte trip was nafJe in a slecl.tl trai
of seven kars via the i'ennsy!vanti
route. Iesides the private oar of thI
president and his party, there we're
cars for Secretary of War Tatt and a
large party and for assistant secretary
of the Navy Newberry and party.
Th< train ronslated of a private car
for the preshilat, four Pullnman tcaN
a dining ear and a combination car
The luncieoin will be serve I on the
train. Prineston will be reached at
I o'clock Arriving there. Mr and \IMr
Roosevelt and tome of their Ini i (litir
friends will h guests of Ir. \'W.,iton
Wllson, preltdent of the Prineton e!'
leir. TPe game will hegln nt ? p
Ypn Turing the fltlst half of flt grin.,
the presdl1en't will he on the navy Ail
of the fleld and during the pc'in.1 hull
on the army s4ie.
At the orictalon of the rnie "',
praesid n anit the entire rffri-ln parts
will r'iesrn to the unirrl train nit 1
leav- It~n'e,'ifatly for W itshtrlnton n 1'
I rc tE' Il bece 'r-ln wl:l r ac h i!
eit.y ntt'wit I1 ,Vhclck


EIGHTEEN MINERi ARE KILLED.

A "Blown" Shot In a Utah Mine acat
tears Death and Destruction.
SalIt lt ke C'It), I lu.i. I < i An x
p1-lh-eiI u< ('i i (U late i stl n111 t it .11 I:,
Ni I. l).I alnii iii ltll', andl '.tuse,-l
th % v i(i of Ilft e.


4 ),it, io lqj in t re l ect I t.o %I ''o
' l It 1K1,c11-41 11, 11' i v tcx' m'I A. 11 1 .

.110 at I llt ii Ne itilice tS:i-i th' 'a, l ,
-'-imr,.'-i i"'I''r'. itc# 1ii-.1 Ilii 1-c
JAle Vl lt Par !( t alt1 11'4 -%;11 1i c 8141 *,A
C611111141t C:Nl 11 1 a -%%jt),jlv allot Y
isiti-m u'i i t I So"A i l joi alt q-,ro? v i r o
W!1 hi lp stint- ccl l s'.%of imt.tsonlit W!
It Is learnt-liiha' 11 ruvi.'n all wetre1
the rmVc, we'rn kidle-
%#*rly all of tee.'o wres w butiet'ol
*Inee-s. who rn oa1e i1e1tie Wyornla
ineims and direct fror n Pilland
Ahowt II o'clock fl-I' t~ledcs bs-1 boo-

lIed 4the Fultl ig0t sift hool"'t wortI
In the mimetheMe# l Iee. (of life rctobly
Woold have ess rapalWIng
A "t-Weva" 'shot was tkli% cra f a
its aster A emnal shift of men wrv
Warhleg 4.MO feet dome In the mlMt
kn'wirie drwu coal to he tahkn ivt
hy thh flay shIft. ramemhaly the
Me"l re #e-#& t a9thor Is a h itrI
whe thet -ilows" SUMtS lisnt pri
lr e02i04ded

Crofimel essU s t e to Ut0 Mot.
WWaslMnt.sDee4 ----Ta. 14#4W40'.
srwersofte iW 1the ftowa ialluusre'c ''
CyTaIM18al 'amftlipatlifwillWti e.'a
pollee ts baofearts Is 'bie rl'y ho
Welmedalla kw fo lbopue 1f rtasPtfu
Agr&se hea toThe Ne wbs4.1) I's

tbCitvat is the dslibe.teli me Male"
ftiiaeee*' .peerWtsedee el fe. -14
hil any; Wullim A "beebr"'n eI
('!rwraI: i 1 TPbesee 'I 4,4"w1ac-s
Mearsha l ,od nr otDs.r,.'re rA
W1ni of Vhivaaaera rluTitea We
Nee o. St Inswre P's!.'1 M11lthe
at redsawI. 6ad HKPrie of ft.*

Pe's'.d SAPP@,*#to OWSage Yre
&D ft. Lies I DLMAY04 LsTy'm
Wbombe pr ittage tt5 irs 1, e ft
is" so s ealrw& is. a ..10, 4 r0F," f(t
Pab~im e X01448 W~a emprertsf v
V jW64 at 'he P-O4 f .6 a
bar~ tb aso aqw'..sr-wt emita e
)4660-0 U T Ob. NP-W'aGe01*l fetS
)d e tb. be "a ad 400111a 0b v to

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SULTAN'S PROPOSALS


REJECTED BY POWERS


The< S:ck Man of Europe XMus
Y.e-ld His Posmop.

SHOWING SIGNS OF WEAKIIING

After an Examinaion of the Sultan's
Counter Proposals Which the Powers
Regarded as Dilatory, They Ware Re.
Ejected by Ambassadors.
Piarls. khc. 4.- it .i, l atrned bly Ltc
Ausoclated L'russ ii thue ilgh at guIO\ru
mciut q4tart1 r toua) tbat tWiu poww~tr a
ter carefully examining the sultau'
latest count rpropoaails ave deciud to
reject tihi atld actively resume tai
naval d(eumonstratluu in Turkis waters
qu Monday, with the proliable seizure
of the Illandse of LAmuos and Imbres.
No cuusileratlon has ben given tO
stopping the passage of the Derda
nilles uwinl to the interrupttoo of aI
teruatluual cunmmerue which would foL
low. ,
After an examination of the eultan's
ctluntrr proposals all the powers catme
to the conclusion that tLe propoeltona
were dilatory and entirely unsatisac
tory.
Siltan sl Weekening
Constaminkpile Via aofa. Dea. 4-
The ununitlly of the ambassadors I
heirlnning to have the effect on she
Olonian auitorllles. Wven the mll.
tary me(n who are leadInl the oppost0
ttlin ;isgnciit it., acceptance of the iro-
jIiitni of the powers are showing signs
of a irakintlng

DOCTOR FACKS SERIOUS CHAROI.

North Carolina Physiclan Charged
With Poleoning His Wife.
(;r'e,,n' tnr) N C' ih'e 4 *r J.
it MaI, oF.w a sell known phyriran,
was itr', ,t, I irr, omn a arrant hbarg.
Ina himl Alt lh i' tniI' e'r oIf his wife,
iho-i l:.''1I ift r "ifftring .trrum tating
al,,ny fr In ',-' 't,,rt I n 1 lr ters T
snrrit *n Ia.:'ed1 t'y %Invyr Mutrphy
?I.'r ititlh,. arc-, r'lli to i)r J P
Tun:rr iher ro'in'.r w, n was called
to lIer u'dmil te,' r,'"t)l',l ftrir a clo e of
i rIerhrlnII f'lo l ,i by a ia'>rl,n of mor.
phlIrie w li'.' C'e, rn'r I't'i'Ier 5llefte.
was a'lmlnl'a rer! Io the wnmaa b hy ber

f h iMar't a ol re.r-, f at mid*
nll'i' r1 ni' '1,t,'slnI i while he
peerrlh-il f. ,I wP- he h*.IM e'n lo
lim h'u ,,f n"'Vl4I'lni her Pllv (t -
oner Tuern r ' wor w ot r the w ae
rant *aljir,"' rr \if'h*ws makes e-
*atllnml t* r .aelne I r Mi f lbew
in rntin "' "O *.h the arr'1 se t te
4.tnrll ',''r l '' r,'ilm
Ir t'" 'tir etlle tlha after r se

rr,',it for rn vfer 014 ne toI mk a-
r'er i.hI Nselaft her Aillahas4d, $#mele-
Intr 'i '*, sorwner's.stry, haIbor g as
4r *i"m'rnwe c** Dft Tresir
.' .. *t (lrfIN t reeo4h thfe offr b
..,J .. .' al14i. l 4>IaIWoeed the ose
nd ,,t- 4o tw.iaonlsg aed at n ad
..,n .,'-*.1 enN.nteM whieb falej to
heir- 'Pid A-W,--red effect

Fetn.we Seent fer Rwtement.
rilrego fee 4- Moare aa batf a
hcn'9red mIllio doilare 'he. boe
vsee hby the Rock leiaed m4 PseI-r
reirraa 'h's veer ftr ege*lpees Or
ders pl.red yerrarder hr freight -ed
paeesler Care 's to 4ltvere a ease
samnesste tno 1.14.W**. bChmg tIe
Posal sarmIa speat -r -We)m 4er
a the e yer a* to $USW8.0 Te
*tAeW sadJ 4W swb earse tmiSe
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E nIVE SERVICE RAW FLEEING

! 6AINE LE ELKS

Nemoril Add WuD Delivered A
by Chaplain 8. B. Rogers. -


TALK WAS IMPRESSIVE


ONE


Full of Seautiful and Touching Senti-
ment, Which Was Listened to With
C10e Attention by Large Crowd
Prent-Mr. Rogers' Address.
In compliance with the rules of the
Grand Lodge of the order, Gainesville
Lodge No. 990, Brotherhood Protective
Order of Elks, observed Its flest me.
moral service at the lodge room S'n-
day evening, which was well attended.
This date is set apart for all lodges
to obervea memorial service in re-
membrance of the departed brothers,
As a rule these functions are held pub.
lioly, tt owing to the fact that the
Gainesville lodge has been organized
only a hbort time, and this lodge has
heen so fortunate as to lose no mem.
ber by the grim reaper, death, it was
decided to hold a session for members
of the order only.
Rev, 8 B. Roger#, chaplain of the
lodge, was selected to deliver the me.
moral address, which he did in a most
eloquent and impressive manner,
speaking about fifteen minutes. At
the beginning Mr. Rogers opened the
meeting with a. fervent prayer, after
which several odes of the order were
song. The meeting was closed with
the benediction by Rev. Franois H.
Oraighill of Holy Trinity Church, and
a member of Gainesville Lodge,
Mr. Rogers' Address.


Mr. Rogers, whose remarks com.
manded the closest attention of the
large number of Elks present, said:
"My Fellow.Oomrades In Friendship,
Love and Borrow:
"By the laws governing the frater.
nity (under the auspices of which we
are assembled tonight) we are called
tosher in a solemo memorial, in
commemoration of the friendship and
virtues of our departed comrades,
who less fortunate than we. have been
sailed in the past year from their post
of duty on earth, to give an acoount of
their stewardbhip to the Great Judge
of all homan conduct.
"We need o greater assrane* thbtI


Looked More Like piece of Raw
Beef Than Human Behg--Doc-
tors UseleM- Blme d Relef and
First Real Sleep in Weeks After
First Appliation, and


SPEEDY CURE BY
CUTICURA REMEDIES
-
"'Words cannot describe the terri-
ble eczema I suffered with. I was
almost a solid mass of sores from head
to foot,and looked
more like a piece
of raw beef than a
human being.
Blood and pus
oozed from a great
(sore on my scalp,
from under my fin
er nails,and near.
|y all over my
body, and every
hair in my hed
fell out. I could not sit down, for
my clothes would stick to the raw
and bleeding flesh, making me cry
out with pain. My doctor did all he
could, but I got worse and worse. I
did not think I could live, and wanted
death to end my frightful sufferings.
SMy mother-in-law begged me to
try Cuticurs. I mid I would, but had
no hope of recovery. But oh, what
blessed relief I experlced after ap.
plyin Cuticura Ointment. It cooled
the bleeding and itching flesh, and
brought me the first eal sleep in
weeks. It wasas grateful as ice to a
burning tongue. I would bathe with
warm water and'Cutieurs Soap, then
apply the Ointment freely, and took
the Reolvent for the blood. Boon the
sore topped running, the eh began
to heal my haira d to go, and
in a short time I was completely
cured. If any one doubts this, te
them to write to me.-Mrs.Wm. Hut,
t35 Thomas t., Newark, N.J."

SI I


Ins dear to all other appeals: Oome,
weary one, lay your grobbnlg head
upon py breast, and ogr comrades in
a common anose have gone to rectlve
their Initlaton Into that lodge, where
there the Great exalted Ruler of the


we ourselves hall not be forgotten, Uiverne will teach them more perfeet-
when we shall have made our last ly the priaolpals of our holy tenets.
Journey sros the sand of time, sd 'We join hands and hearts tonight
grounded our antlers for a brighter nla or ow with others because of our
and purer crown, than the fact that unrdhal lo s and the deep brotherly
you and I are here tonight, by reason love that binds us together. Let we
of the established law of this order to sorrow not as those who have no hope,
commemorate the dods of honor, no. for when justice grounds her arms vie-
ble characters and beautiful virtues story mtss be won; when charity has
of our fallen oomrade0. borne her last burden aidd eont on misl
"This is a notable ooeasion, and one slone of memory he'r last tokens of hu.
well worthy Its place among the car* rma kindness, when the open hand
dina principle of this order, whieh shall be eloed in death and the last


Tif~'


"The illy s not dead when both flower
ad leaf fade,
And are strewn upon the chill, sad
xroand,
Gone does for shelter to its mother
earth
To rie, rebloom and shed itsfragrants
'roouti.
"'Thus in sorrow, yet kindly trust, we
bid eaeh brother a brief farewell;
Weeping, yet smiling, we commit their
just to the safe-keeping of the l.-
lpnt cell;
Softly within their peaceful resting.
pl*ee,
We lay their weary limbs, and bid the
clay press lightly on them till the
night be pased,
And the earth gives forth ao eternal
day.


" We were sorry to give them up, and
while we drop a tear upon their
graves, and refresh our memories
with their pleasant associtions,
yet we know that death and dark.
aess must end in life and light.
Short dimming, endless shining in
yonds sphere,
Where all is Incorruptible and pore;
Joy without a pain, and Emiles within
a tr."
Heart Fluttering.
Undlgesfd food and gas in the
ach, located just below the .irt.,
presses agsint it and aeuses he'Urt it
pitation. When your heart'troubles
you in that. way taae Herbine for a
few days. You will soon be all right.
560 a bottle. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Notice.
Executive Offee, State Board of
Health of Florida-Jacksonville,
Florlda, December lst, 1905.
A competitive examination to fill va.
candles existing in the position
of Aseitant to the State Health
SOeer will be held at the of-
of the State Board of Health,
Jacksonville, Florida, b)oember 30th,
.S. Applicants for examination
oeth be boaaldd caitlsens of the State
f Florida, graduates of a high sMhools
and of a medIeal college recognized by
the American Medical Assoelation.
Applicants for examination *most also
be members of a County Medical So-
elety of the State of Florida. Exami-
nation will be cond noted both orally
and by written questions and answer,
and suee-slal candidates most attain


so avera of 8 per cent of the qoes-
tloes askd.
The salary of the position is $1,6000
per year, payable monthly, with an in.
erease of 10 per ent after fiv years'
serviee. Joam Y. Ponrra,
State Health Offleer.
Cured Paralysis.
W. F. Bally, P. O. True, Texas,
writes: "My wife had been suoflng
five years with paralysis io her arm,
when I was persuaded to use Ballard's
SLnnow .inlmnt whilh rnaanr h r al.


DilW AU1M511vf IV M II W -lu" rvu mi. -
ae Justilo, Oharity, Brotherly Love cord of fraternal sympathy shall be right. I have also ued it for old
and Fidelity. Erecting our castle of broken, they must hear from their sores, frostbites and skin eruptions
hope upon thee beautiful pillars and Great Exalted Ruler: 'Well done, It d'e the work." Sold by W. M
working thus in the bowers of friend, good and faithful servants, I was hun. Johnson. -----
ship, which can only end ino inruition, gry and ye gave me mest, naked and The Cold Snap.
It Is not strange, but beautifully ye lothed me, salk and ye ease unto The change in the weather Monda
ftting that we should stop amid the me, lay down yoor earthly antlers and morning was rather udden and eaos
rush of Ufe to plant a flower and drop pot on your well-earned Crown.' ed the Igneral w of orf Over ts and
Star on the grave o o our departed "When this brotherly love ball cease wrap., but is is at believed that veg
corned, --ease--an It eeae? utalion afofered. Thsu was the flrs
"Memorial days are love' tide No measurement hath yet ben found, Irel cold snap of the season.
marks: they show how high the affee- o line of numbers that can keep
tloos of the human heart can rise and The sum of its eternal roads, If the Baby s Cuttng Teeth
how long true friendship will live. I The plummet of Its endies deep Be sor and un that old and well.
our domeati lifo they take the form of On heights to which Its glory sweep. tried remedy, Mrs. IMWalow's booth
gifts, getle eareoes td tender il-e0
agetese. gtl our rehems a in t tdhe y "- 'Yes, measure brotherly kite whena t Syrup. for children tseeitil. 1I
spak of holy jos, lre gratlultetld Lad thou onne tell eothse bthe ahild. softest the aSu m
renewed devo lu our raternal The lands where serphe have not trod,. bael le r sr d e m d Tw .
life they glow with fidelity and sparkle The hleihts of Heaven, the depths of *y .dw lts a a b e.
with friendship and resouind with Hell, I
songs of joy, aet of justice aud deeds And lay thy finite measuring rod Will Introdaee Fren*h yetm.
of lovt, oad tweomae Itdated with o() Hiim who doeth all this well. New York. Dec. 4.-4Pl1 Ose mls
the surf of rising erntioi that leaves When fidelity to every Irp shall h Oaner McAioo has tleded tat he wit
high water-line tof love and flower complete with honor the lasl k reat du- atroduoe t the aprit r system oi
upon the beaeh uf d.vutoili m.mory as Ity committed to her ehsrge, and our. Identuiying orialak In lT N a or
it recedes, and Iu tirostr how low the render without a blot the last eammie- p'ie de artmetat mad has a **aai
ebb may beb btee-n thr recurring slon of a faithful life. she must hear that for ti plrpeo DOetIve sr
dates, because of the r rllloymlnt ot ftrm the (Urand Lodgeon hhigh: 'Well omt Jo. seph ra wt ot sabe y M let
mind and heart it other dir,-ilous, aO done, rood and faithful servant. eter, fr Parit wher he will pe1d tW
soonerdo theo hallowed ,Ja return thou into the Lodre of Joy.' for a star *uthseul stud t s m tb al so M
than all the iloatrun a..,*ill of the .s not extinguthed when it sets upon, l)od tlrgh Irm 1 Serge l
pas uaite with all the uitni,.e rapirs. the dull horssoo, it but guwe to alshine r e o t. me a the "rtuo
toaof theo prown toi re., a* stillt other *kies, bta to reppar la
tionsef the prgoeI M to rn , Is that U
higher poll of devotion t. or card. our.', au freh as when it first aroe*. i r &
I prnelples. We lift h ur arts ii r
hol g tde to H a kei "The r isr is so whenoa o er Ihe To Cure a Ol D i One Day
olyagratitude hly tn r ri i k rook Take LAXATIY: BROMO Qlitaeo
Fater above tha t we alrty ld it poured ai Bood into the abyes bl ow; Tablets Druggl retfud moy if i
Fpoatlo bovor thae lo r f a r Is. seatte loreoe reater from I"he all to ear. L W. .Or ee's simaretr
ptloaornthe laess4 f o ai s1k o1 eae: boxr Me.

*oatroed hbortlf whrr, trrh. -- '- -- '
juske shook ave rsle a.d i. A)Wr a t r n w
akht our aakswe a r uesak-. aulJ ujr cA oJr .l S c i trn,%. It 1ia armeg **e*cmoc. a
ouarades are U with as dOCI O S c'iinc. II Cm bard cs*us.
'lut with lManoeler esster lg er. s eerea and ,per- em. Epect~a '
this but ri oteth has iaIB r J e hs is tweacetie s-Plia. esauamp-
their sard dim, i e ter Gri etLe d I e M edicine 6 Sze
&arm. ad whiepeed iLn the srr. ,rv4 #


II


Most old people are great sufferers in Winter. They ~ ~ a ~I K
are sldorm from pains or ailments of some description, beltnp they se
not &s able to withstand the severity of the climate, with its .dwanp caIag
weather, as are thebr younger, more vigorous companies. Cola weather
starts the old a(,.es and pains; they sqber with chilly .senama, cold
etremities, poor appetite and dig tiqd, nervousness, slee a h ad
other afflitions peculiar to old age. With advancing years th irgth and
vitality of the system begin to decline. The heart action is weak dud irregu-
lar, the blood becomes thin and sluggish in its circulation, and often some
gld blood taint tlt has lain dormant in the system for years begins to man-
uest self. A rt or.pimple becomes a troublesome sore or ulcer, skin dis-
eases break out, or theslight rheumatic pains felt in younger days now cause
sleepless nights and hours of agony. There is no reason why old age should
not be healthy and free from disease if the blood is kept pure and'the system
,strong, and this can be done with S. S. S. It is a medicine that is especially
adapted to old people, because it is made entirely of roots, herbs and barks,
selected for their purifying, healing and building-up properties, san is very
mild and gentle in its action. .S. S. S. warms
and reinvigorates the sluggish blood so that it
moves with more rapidity, and clears it of all
impurities and poison#. As this rich, healthy
O e stream circulates through the body every prt
PURELY VEGETABE.. of the system is built up, the appetiteand di-
gestion improve, the heart action increases and
the diseases and discomforts of old age pass away. S. S. S. cures Rheuma.
tism, Catarrh, Skin Diseases, Sores and Ulcers, and all troubles raising from
dissed blood. T SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATUANTAO 6&J




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(Izoorporxatedl
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Abetraets of Title and fall Iiformation furnished regarding lands is this
enunty. Our manager has lived in this county thirty years auJ
i6 thoroughly convereant with land titles.


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The assessUbaler W eew oas to Me~ erbg ammgos
TML h wu I voaba su. eaiposasi l uiee 10 mma. eeer
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IfRE DAILA SUN: GAINESVILLI, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 95, 1905


LERS MiST PAY AN AGED PHYSICIAN DECEMBER ato Ha S
ManAger Layton Has Stcrecd Four T OI
U Good Shows for This Month.
After Years of Experience Gves the r..
Following Advice: Maiin er C R. Laytot l ra -of. __ __ .__-"-,
1r-t-i' e protzlll,0t4 the pfrll o If 6'i >',- M l
Cam ot Sell Certain Medicines .",l'ou lve anything I') (In ,w | ith .et i e a' vd enter : ,..(. t, i ......
r'in dl.w"neat l *< r, tt, ,r, \. i ',, .. 1,P... trtt -O, -,m ont .- 1,.t. I
Without Paying for Privilege. know what Pa nre taking rtady as hitmked four tir,,t-, as a For hla wnts and Children
Our loeal druggist, W. M. Johni ono, traction, with poeaibilitie. for oithlir, f 1
THE DECISION IS A HARDSHIP says this is a strong point in favar of as he i- in corresponde:,,e for open
their valuable eod liver preparation, daes. The Kind You Have
Druggists Are Compelled Occasionally Vinol. Everthina it euntaini ip plainly The flrst show to oomne to th t opera
to Use Alcohol in the Filling of Pri. printed on the bottle, therefore it ii hounit this month will I* th, fminou ., ., '' AIW8 S ...... i.
scriptions. but for This Privilege not a patent medleine. Barlow Minstrels. wbhih it 14 needless A' tab' re Always Boughtr1 .
SVoiol coonsals in highly concentrate. to explain to the theater.- o.r here cVtoFbk Pripmtionftl' s
They Must Py Dearly. edformallo themedlinal elementtsof It may he sded, however, that thi, Sl 3fi l Pglbandi ,,li' -I-
The commissioner of internal rev. cod liver oil, actually taken from fresh aggregation is bigger mit better than B ti
enue, United States Government. ruled code' livers, but without a drop of oil ever this season, whih ia, saying a
several months ago that, after Decem- orgreame to nauseate and upset the arrest deal. Barlow will h, here on- i nau
bar 1, patent medieinet that are known stomach. Monday, the 11th Inst. Promotes DilCionC.hrfll-
to contain a certain per cent of alco- This is the reason that Vinol accom.- Oh the 16th that fanimou and popau. ssarl 'snx tlCol t ai t ,ill 'i
hol would be placed in the same cate- plishes suooh wonderful results in cur* lar pantomine, "Hnminty.-i)Pmpty," .Opium orphine nor trial. I of
gory as intoxieating beverages. ing chronic coughs, colds, bronchial will hold the boards. l'hi popular NOTLNAtCOTIC.
After due consideration, however, and lung troubles, and there is nothing production has enJoyed a most sIoces __
it Is understood this distingulabed of- known to medicine that will so quickly fli run in the large olties in their North.
icial has extended the time to Jan- build np the run-down, overwroked, and is bound to please thot who wit. wii SM V
oary 1, in order that druggists may tired and debilitated, or give strength nes it. jftl / 'S -
bhav an opportunity to dispose of such and renewed vitality to the aged as; The Blaok Patti will appear on the In fl
medlliBne now in stock. Vinol. "23rd, and on the 27th, whI'h will be on l
Druggiste as a role feel that this de- Mrs. Martha Fraer of Portland, Me., Wednesday, that side-pplitting pont.
aisleo will work quite a hardship upon writes: "I was all ran down from edy, "Taming a Husband." will be S |
them, as it requires the payment of a overwork and had a chronic cough for pr-eented by a firset-las company . .. U
United States Government license for years. I had tried so many remedies There are a few open dates which Apafecl Remedy fIortm nstlipa
the dispensai of qleoholio liquors. It without help that I had lot all faith in Manager Layton may probhhly till, tit uon, Sour StloaUht,l1tarr ;|nt
will fall more seriously upon druggists medicine. My daughter bought me a in she event that no other attrr.ction is WurisCs.CoiilAioits.-F'\rish
of a "dry" town, since a certain drog- bottle of Vinol. It simply worked won- booked, our people will ht, thoroughly nets andLosi OF SiE.I For Dvyer
gist has declared that it would seem der for me; it cured my eough and entertained this month. FacSuils Signature or
prima folas evidence that the druggist brought back health and strength and ----- *
had purchased the United States I.- I am better than I have been for The Requisite of Beauty. .
cense for the purpose of dispensnlog In. years." The rest requisite of bta.uy is a K. Thirty YeUR I
toxlatin llquors, and that said action We can only ask every one in clear complexion. Ort, lxatively
might be so construed by the oointy Gainesville who needs such a medicine Fruit 8yrnpo lean a sallow, blotched
or local authorities, which would place to try Vinolon our guarantee to return complexion, as it stimulate the liver
a druggist subject to arrest at any their money if it fails." W. M. John- aad bowels, and the eyes become
time. son, Druggist. bright and clear. You uwe it to your I9XAT COPY O WRAPPR .
Alldruggists, in preparing prescrip. friends to take it if your complexion is AO|
tons, as certain times most oae alco. BARLOW MINSTRELS bad. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does .- ** **m m em
ho], with the mult that they must not nauseate or pmp* and it is very
1eep it on band, and to do this they At the Edwards Opera House on Mon- pleasant to take. Ref ue substitutes.
will be compelled to pay the govern- day Night, December Ilth. J. W. MeOollum & Oomnany.
met privilege of a year, besides Almost an entirely w vocal choir UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. MRS. C. H. BROWNE, The Florida
being subjected to criticism for carry- will be heard this season 'with the M..H BO..e-i
Tna Government lies the first ofn. Great Barlow Minstrel, who will ap- Partial List of Business Transacted for Gentral 0ity Bazar Fru and Truck Grower
To ay the f the ft of pear at the Edward Opera House on the Month of November. and Truck Grower
the year he druggists throughout the Monday, member 11th. The follow is a rtial rot f J BRU Editor and I r
country will be subjected to so addi- The following I prtil report f OCALA, FLA
tional hardship, and those who feel Chas. Carno, a high soprano, poe' the bosinese transeted at the nitd n t
disposed may seoues them of selling seseiOng a vote of unuesal sweetsee States land offlee for the mnth of No- Dry Goods, Notions, ol sr... ................ 1e
Suder hd clear penetrating power, is on of veber: Rcket Goods....le e ................
itexlents Qoder the protection, of a theer ct0 mnl th bhlit cket Goods...
government license, the extreme hie among the balladislt it hnmestead entrs, 1244rj
Bovr _met Ie. and is obliged to repond nightly to ares; 29 foal homestead entries --- A handsomely ilutm*steid moagulM
HAVE BOUGHT A LOT. nomeroe eneores reward for his 8.68s 82rc ; Mesh entries, 18129 AlsoRENU .T'S &FAMot'4RKAI)8, the frvo and vegetable, t o the of
mm rendition of "Just Like the Ivy." sers.; 11 M B lad4 warrant. 1,197 81 CAKES and PlIES-Fre.sh Florida
I Seventh Day Adventists Will Build Frank Gray, a robust tenor also of 2 8pl. Iid. loei l on. w 0.0 seres ; Kvary D A spal trial subscription of si
S. pleasing address and one of QOlin. 1 Id. Sad hol sicion 899&Acro-- -- months will be seat on reelpt of 26
Church at North Gainaaville. n fh1 lad, Behool election, 89.0 seres. "ear PatroMe Idlclted. geoat. Stamps takea
r anti's favorite singers, is using with The correspondence of the ofl 0age elted. stamps "bo
The congregation of the Seventh great success one of thleason's latest very heavy from all parts of Florldae ....
'Day Adventist Church is small in this hits.,"My Dusky vose dver from alrthern ta fFlori and Indl.
section, but they are a determined lot A couple of the old favorites, Joe eatioes are that a great many entries /
Several months ago they decided to MeAnallon, the Irish tenor, and LIw will bemade during the nxilt iliarter.
nete a cbhuroh building and set about Davenport, are to be heard in the lat- as mary houme,'ke'rs are twroming I
it toin the right way. They have sueeeed- est senalmental songs, Joefer the third intereted In the public lands of the I
ed to raising money suflleent to 1Iur- season being obliged to repeat as on. State
ob4se a dirable lot in North Gaeins. sore in respoaee to the nomeroue ealls. V- A
ville ad il a few weeks will begin the his greaest noeemes. "Why Did They GOT HIS HAIR BACK.
ereetio of a seat edifee. Bell Killarney?' i
The eooggat tion have ben aseeus D)ave Irwin, a robuet baritone of tre- wee PeSr ald WI hen ae n.Seed
tred to bold meetings at the hohne mendoos power. Nell Mallory, a deep ** Mee e.bw,' e MKsesOed .
of the members, alternating as to beaso, Arthur Saem*oo, on "The Itile Frederdt 1 Mar .1. Marrtlad toeb.
plece. ____Boy Who sang i the Oiallery.," ad. J. 'e Meem. t bot of Nw
oe Tsof o."B.ieb.rooa.slo st of .meb ,.a oe tfor ,,etr d.t ., o. I t I all -mark Of a WlA -i e o88
Thenlo story of the tOrtole Of Rev. 0. plate and creditable male stetteo of e M bbd 1 r all over hls hOadd to
t,.,,,he.writ aru,,. hai-r,. wOe uaI and then it souII(18 good to
. Moor, psr of the ptehbueh b.dio.s S vurans a. say o
of aHrpersvillt, N. ., will iltermt ...,ldT wsh.a"t w n's .ierpcidw. r. rl Imen. .For that and other re hoa we We
you He say: "I eslesed aglli., IN CIRCUIT COURT. o an old prt, sd with a n*ew dir- .
t sest of a persisent sogh,. elt- -.-.e-ste. 0 M*-. *.-S .ad (, ,lesire to c ll your attention to a few
/1 from the grip. I tlied so slep sit- That Tribunal Now on Fourth Week. mov the e*'.'-t IIerpildde destroys th* y
ag, up i I trid tm se M .d a Dull Dayo. .. tat-, -.. :Su.. am hi tpecials ta t cai't l.p l.l)li(.ateO( any-
.41, witot relef ail I ook Dr. .The ,irit ouri,, fall tem.. began ea* ,. ., -.ee e .m r-, whore in Florida fr' all' Inoll y '
Kisg1 New Diseoery ff Omeamp. Itt fourth week Monday morlnlegl t w*Fro. .1es1 by )ti eso i
tieso, ocughe ad Coald. whis entirely There was Ihttle seteally tolg ia s.. tl- in rT ape
eed my su gh s.d save* me frm the eon during the day. A _lare t K 2. ed. Dl(s,, AmI
esneptiom." A grald eurs for die- member of ease wore *ootiased orA-


60e1 manitleme of and MAlomw. vul~ef. resoes. Printepel OEa l eng -inch' Black -i-wi de -' -- -ilk, regu.
At all droso; pives aft &W 10. was the ea". of the S"me wo. Janae OAK ad3~ill lc .ia'I''e~'~ik ~u 12
usmssI. ftuli beaU W free. VanAllen. charged with foqery. no lar prie l. ,w ,H"
ITh following cass wore disposed at: PIKE
0 a BbIISAW& A Seat. vs Peter Jeeks.. earrytug 6 llashesdoi 31-inch Blw*,k 1'e'ra' ifd 8)ioi Silk, egil19
wYAPVI IVE M 008"d W H w U De. WOOD oFr 14 ;4TQUALITY an lar priC j1 ;, j' Lw .
w sal uW pleaded R guilty. Jury good eat.ltegloft W16 *gon o..
ealed sad sowor. trial proceeded. nd u Wiese, ,nu ar is West of SITVR VIt Minch BlaLck '1'*altulot Silk, regulur
Oftn Onto bV Fwnell Diewrer I r~wdo o ~1
Oftn Cuse byFemle 45045F9IS veodles returned of met gaily. WOO please a ame recall. &very --
nere in a* 3515S5115. Stiat vs. Abe Irving. essa s with f11 for "a '. sliftt bad do. p $1.40, w...........V.
hoxe dme to marden. Defendans artawe livoriag w"0 pr 1ptly.
.AUOthtrWsosedibefx OW -MB~ an plowed not guilty Jory cakd I WJLI(IT A_ IPAT F A0V -nch Ilkwk 'I'hTufetaL Silk, re'flatr
oon k"M am u 0 1001ty ofwoo a' NA town. wrido" MA wasness L C jopv prine 1 1 1 W ..... ........80
am$Mend Is1 eemn wrvide usesad ofument pL pitoWl Th, Cle -
-mas 0~uomsuangb wske yeses &* einbdsee.s 'cruety weeneu ne ?66ie'ns. wd ms'1 One Blace'11wk Siulk (iteWain.., 11 in.
r"dam go as so 6@4 e w Caem se9* ll fens. 0 ty ches wide?, r'g'ular prke $S.Ir,, flow....
we.and 16 "M ish 0 6011 Tuesefy i~nsa
,of &boom hIsrem dealto One P10-6 .k Silk 0011WIZW, 44 in-
sm 1=9amaofir. "Or o V" m. r~hw will prioe $1.75, tw...

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SOtICM: J'ORTI'R 1.OCK.
o W, Maib ltreet, 'r Ti.uriio 431
Tar DALv hi i lis|hcl c ~r y tltornlng rn
LO p Motnaly, d.illvtrtld y (irrl. r ii the ilty,or4
saBld to Any pirt rr uf I(t I'l tH IStair, postage
in for$5 a year; IA.', i it ntilih*s; a< three
s' f th.; i v' rilot. fir firc wrriks--strctly In
advne.
l/ ealding ili o i IH iih.l slinin Ill cE iin a line
or lert i.ti llon, I.. it il u lasftlon.
Rate$ fur dIp||Hv Ndlvrrltmlll inatld knrjwru on

L The Twhicou-Wtek Hun lI IO rllht-page, forty.
S eOlumnli PpMer, |ihlillised every Motnday and
Thursday, nld clnLtains all the mews of the
wmk, local, late nid igenerl. anid willbe
mailed, postage free, to any pait of th:e Uitedd
taster or Canlda, for $1.oua yrer-In ad thnl'r.
All advertising bills becotue due after first
ppemalnc of atdvertliseunrt, unlru otherwise
lstlplted In contract. Iartilr not kuoww to us
wiU be required to ipy for nl\rrtlling In ad
wUVn. Address, TIIIC lAIL.Y NUN,
OAINRIV1UA, LFA.
Li--_. .
The red holly berries are a reminder
that Christmas is near at hand.

The only diversion we have on Hun.
day Is the raeo war-colored haclmen
rtonina their horses to see whlah will
i et to lhe train fint.

For a magazine artlole the Klal of
Basland hu woently been offered 1
a word, the Queen $2 a word and the
Oerman Emperor $4 a word.

And now they are trying to make out
Tom Lawon n etn t oralty as was
Georll Franels Train, But Tom will
make more money not of it,

Pittsborgt selpho e girls are d rser*
Iag their employment because they
ad the eontant wearing of a reoelver
produces aly eores on the ear.

Both Generale KorokI and Nolli are
S mmboers of the Preblterrta Ohourh,
M eIs alo Field Marnbal Oyama's wife.
Admiral Togo is a Remas Oatholle.

rThe saviTs beaks are proBllin by
t he Ifne inurnoe lveetiartions. POo.
S pie who have money to save will put It
a the banks stead of laiuranee polt
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By and by, if the thing keeps up, we
mayexpeetto no the divorce. eawme
uItte( up In the soolety columns of I
0 the aewopapore, just lke' the wed.0
It the eoald asa nof Monuda morniln
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MERIWETHIER CASE.
The attention of the whole oantry
for the pass wpLk has been oenao w
on the remarlble court martlll set
proceedenl at Annapolis. The d#el.
opmerii lof the trial arve beeto nmet
pennitinnal ithn even the naval oillre
expected and it i almost certain that
the' c'lort martial will lb foeUat
a CongrPnionnl investlgaton U*rat will
change the course of things st the a.s
val academy more than did 1sa famlos
hlszin(, nvstiglathon of 1900 at Wst
Point. The trial colnmeneed with bet
one defendai.t, M~dtblpmen Minor
Merlwether, charged with manalaocbt.
er In killing an paper classmen; Jsa.
Branch, In a flit fight. There hsA
been rumors of a "eode o) honor" by
which ieiah fights were arranged. Bet
Rear Admiral Sands, the suporinte
ent of the academy, said this code was
"an invention of the newspaper" and
had no real exlrtence. The evidence
at the trial has shown thatthh "code,"
althoiigh unwritten. is real and long
established. Fourth-year men have
testtlied to twenty or thirty flihts ulp
derr the oode in the three years of tht
experience. More than that they s y
that the flthts have had the expliel$
sanction of uaeceeding superlntend.
ents as the best way of settlinl per.
sonal differences between sdets. I o
oldentally It haa been broolht out tha
basing, nominally abolished three
ryars ago, has continued under the
name of "running."
Ideas may differ as io the expedi.
enyo or harmfulness of allowing fight-
ing between the cadets. Some people
will hold that It is bratallsing, de-
gradlii and onnecesary. Others will
say, especially remembering certain
oshool experienaeI, that there are times
when a man or boy has p gt11 and
that no sorlots harnm soke of it ex.
oept in the very rare lostanocl Iike the
Branoh.MerlweSher affair. No flight.
Ina is not explieltly prohibited by the
eaadomy rules, neither is is reooglnsed,
and so the lhts are governed by a
unwritten oode and carried oat an
semlseeraey, They are known and
winked a by the oatboritlie. But
there it no quetilon, saeordian to the
evidence, that the rales are made by
the upper elasmeo for their own ben.
9ft. Fights are not coadoeted on
what would be seoasdered a fair basis
by the avera elvilla, who is de-
spled aod looked dewa na by the on.
perlor naval agn. Fighting at the
academy has reached the epidem e
stage where it Is reported to on trivial
pretext or for searely say pretext at
all. The system, if it was *ot wrong
Is the bogiIbltl, has certainly ron
riot and needs problng. It Ia no lona-
er ldshipmas Mrteiether slone who
is on trial It i the system of the
whool upon which the country ex.
peods millions annually, and if the
system does pot a very thorough
and mueh needed slrig at bhe hands
of Ooanres thle later, ongref will
he more la x han a*ia li attoediln to
Is duties.


oaseoded is putting a cheek on the Cold storage ib donlg mech to re.
growth of the orange twee it will be a Ilate the food supplies of this ae.
bloewng. But it made a demand for Aside from the eoewmooa bs lese done
firewood. in preervingla msel ad em bhy rofri
eratioe from theme n of pletifel sup.
The Apalachieola Times has been plies until the elo of the yar when
changed to a si*-eolumn, elght-page fresh sapp lle ar vwry Cmear, the
shwet. has a new hiad. and is as spkiy cold storage of fruit is the United
s ever. T The Tne is bound to be all (Stae hba grown to tremesdes pro.
St amo implies portloea. early 8,000.000 barrles of
-._ aSpple were stored sa pear. 8e*I
The oreat men of the past did not as wre properly piaked and Ia*-
depend oR their ancestry t o ive them died are still I gos eoeditlo., asow.
a lift. StakLpewar. tiladstoae and inl little deteriorttn wile kept
etiere evr mentained their father*, at the required temperaure. The do
Iwile Napoleon sidl: I am my own I mao d of the puie for teed sto thi
saeNl country eould kardt tbe attlded ia
this age wore It ot for the remarkable
A Kansas town aot the > is ot the improvements la the master of rMfrtl.
ph yltia1' meaOeac'on that was or- eration and the preeorvatioo of l*p
failed to etablish prtee. The whole piee by cold storage
et ltlW -odere to disband r t hey. ....
twri bearttd under thr. au,-trlot Judgre alroek doa't propose to let
law They dibehaded l'r den RoBaevelt eooe all the
7 1"ka a..L L mI*i sL I *n a inm


Withmit, who Wrs found Awt:,1 A
tho elmud"rof Edward Oflloyast 1 aVlN-
eaota. has beenrotsk inmsndf i W Iihe
Oak.yet Uthe c ossn.otriti.: u havo.

obbetalkea thesubjet a l crat l

fte If% o thf %be e''ustry weai
S11Wriumbor pkleid in &&r FNC.,
ft4%*biv oelook antler tt boys
sd u of the s" IIMomter



Afthe POW*Men b had be". f.'m,
Ilthy of p pesek*" at N idteta
Os. MAd wmssmsdto meo& eoe ho
meesed &Wae b hi sa"d e
be "co b ga e sran w

ag ) WIe o fseed Sa ft be c t


eurinly Mee day Mot week a" killed a
IlruIn that weighed W, pounds

Hew This
Ae# ofor 0c H0ndred I'oitars re-
vard tor agyle. ot satafr tthat cc.
mot turcod rkedall'S C~fteh C're.
V, J. 'M y&08. 4 Tald ..
We the nedeedip have 1km'wars .
.h t'tn toe the0'. )IWOU r. n hWe-
..'. hUe LPoe" hsemembbeto astu
twwslnve s tea 5tow md aCd"aftal
aN. kvtoeerrS out cay wq ulwas me"
t', h tirs n

Viul'%arft Cine i- tab" abv.
al 1. 8ting ft* bined
aed amwo os bSad ao" 714
Kake Stall'= ~s l4; IF me


is the Verdist* Regarding Our Indus.
trial Edition.
While the proes of the State has been
lavish f4lts prsiae o oour Industrial
Edition of J0e Sun, there are many
other w~g have tendered eompli-
menta, forti of which we wish to re-
toroaor thinks. The two letters here
copied we eoslder worthy of repro-
doetlon:
BOWLING o Gur Bvsraniss COLLBO1,
Bowllpl Green, K., Nov. 29, 1900.
ion. H. U. MeOreary,
Galnetille, Fla
My Dear 81r-Allow me to eongrat-
ulae )on on the Industrial Edition of
The 8oo. TYo have made a splendid
suoes of it.
I shall always be interested in
Oaloeerille and Alachua county and I
sloeerely trust the full measure of sue.
ees they both merit will ever be
theirI,
e When the elegant Univerilty build-
lols are'ereoted and the great edoe*-


tional work which will then be possi-
ble ie onee inaugurated I predict a
great growth for Gainesville.
My work here Is very pleasant. We
have one of the few great schools in
the South.
Remember me to other friends.
Very truly,
J. M. (GVILLIAMI.
New York. Nov. 29, 1906.
Mr. H. H. MeCreary, dltorGasones
ville 8un, Gainesville, FJa.
My Dear Sir:-We bel to thank you
for copy oflyour Industrial Edition,
which is most attractive and appreci-
ated mueh indeed.
We have referred the oopy to our ad-
vertising department and hope to be
able to embody some of the matter
from time to tima in our Clyde Line
News. Yours truly,
Trio. O. Eola, aen. Mgr.

The Aresaia Champion ofofie which
was destroyed by the Tbanksgiving
Day fire i tbat plaee, has beeo issed
through the kj)adas of The Advocate
at Wauchula. The total lose to Ar.
eadia by the n ewas upwards of $ (00,-
000, with only W0,000 insuraooe.


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pends t n heart nerves
and muscles. When from any
case they become weak or ex-
hausted, and fail to furnish
sufficient power, the heart flut-
ters, palpitates, skips beats;
and in its effort to keep up its
work, causes pain and distress,
such as smothering spells,
short breath, fainting, pain
around heart, arm and shoul-
ders. The circulation is im-
peded, and the entire system
suffers from lack of nourish-
ment.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure makes
a heart strong anad vigorous by
stren hening these nerves and
mascles,
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TrAJILY Bml: BNGAINESVIUti3 FLORIDA,' DECEBER 59, i1-95


NEWS FROM ALL

PARTS OF FLORIDA

Brief Happenings From Various
Sections of State.

THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS

Transpiring in "The Land of Flowers."
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to
All Classes.
The Riddell Carnival will hold forth
at Lakeland this week.
Eau Gallie will have to enlarge her
school building to accommodate pu-
pile.
Wauchola will have an auction sale
of town lot on Saturday, December
16th.


The people of Starke are making an
effort to establish a sawmill and novel-
ty works at that place.
Manatee county won many prizes at
the State Fair. Manatee is one of
Florida's charming counties.
TheVillage Improvement Associa-
tion of Welaka, Putnam county, will
have a good roads plank in it by-laws.
The Maul Manufacturing Company
of Palatka has commenced the manu-
factore of their patent orange box
hoop.
Orlando added 26 people from Terra
Alia, W. Va., to her winter population
one day last week. Some may stay
longer.
A negro named Tippins was killed at
a "festival" near Sumter, November
21th, by another negro named Charlie
Sernbb.
The pavilion, bath house and bowling
alley at Amelia beahb, Fernandina,
were detroyed by fire Friday night.
Lon, $10,000.
The school at Raiford is now graded
and In a thriving condition. The
sehoole of Florida are all prospering.
under the Bookman bill.
Among other improvements at Co.
coast Grove is an addition to the
Obristlan Sleone Club of a reader
froIm 'Bostlam." Abem!
W., Hodge, a prominent merchant
ofel U Oak h ba een arrested for sell.
Is medicine oontainiag alcohol. He
wll have a hearing today.
PMqber eo of Live Oak ha been
d o~ver to await the action of the
Spra jury Ina saner to the charge of
eIlltagliquor In that eouety.
iMalelleo Fernandes and two others
of le Fermandes family were locked
up for "doing" reideaees in Tampa
while the owners were at the Fair.
Twe ty million feet of lumber was
shipped from Jaksoavllle last month,
yet there are many eateprses in the
tate 1hat are delayed for lack of lum-
ber.
WUllJose, a very clever colored
omabenler, was landed In Tarpe jail
reen Jaekoville Friday, betlg arres-
ed is the letter eity for workialg ever.
al etisas of Ybor City.
Avery Powell of The Lake Butler
Sar s quite a sumletain ad bead moa,
sad blely hea devoted himself to gar-
delage, whilh seoasnte for his gettag
alghtly tined on the potato qeestlom,
Vti I "Speking of potates. Mallory
atebek as a 'otub' that le hard to
bI I ." Avery know what a *tube"
is, Iut he Ie Set wmh oa "tobers."
The Key That Unlecke the Door to
Lon Living.
Theo e of eighty-bve and ninety
yeae f ea o a t the rosaid well
d, t theis, epare m wnho live oe a
umder diet. Be asearefel ehe will.
awe mae pa middle age will
as ose a kA o r of 8
f fe ad sat aeled s o hissoeet
,.ad will ed a doe of Cham.
b Steemsh and Uvew Tabless to
a d iseigarase hie soesoseh md
leae hise Iter sad beele. WhIe-
I deoe there So rease why the
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DO YOU G]rT UP
WITH A LAIe BACK?
Kiduy Tremble Makes You Miscrable.
Almost everybody who rellsd the neIr-
papers is sure to know of the oiulDerfol
nL cures :udtk by Dr.
Kilmer' S\n.mp-
Root, tlih irt.at kid-
n ey, liver .rin l'lad-
I 's der renicly.
It is tlhe great ledl-
ical triumiil of the
nineteenth century ;
1 discovertl ifter\ lrars
of scientii'i res-..arch
S by I)r. i''nr, the
eminent kilnce a:il
bladder specialist, and is wnlcrfully
successful in promptly citing lam:e Iack.
uric acid, catarrh of the bladlder and
Bright's Diseas, which is the worstt
form of kidney trouble.
* Dr. Kilmer's Svwap-Root is not rec-
orntmended for everything but if \ have
kidney, liver or bladder troulde it \I tI ie
found just the remedy you i '.l. It lhas
been tested in so many ways, ,11 li h,-]i,il
work and in private practice, anmi liha
proved so successful in every caise that a
special arrangement has been iinide l
which all readers of this palmer, whio ha:-e
not already tried it, may have a samn !e
bottle snnt free by mail, also a lxok tc: 1.
ing more about Swamp-Root, antl how to
fi nl out if you have kidney or Ila;dtr tr ,u-
ble. When writing mention readtnl tins
generous offer in thispar p Itni lsienl our
address to Dr. Kilmer i .
rV Co., linghamnton,
N. Y. The regular
fifty-cent and one-
dollar size bottles are B- o ,wa~*p o.L
any tMistake, but rememlbr the name,
Swamp-Root. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
anid the address, Binghamton, N. Y., on
every bottle.


Disgraced Captain ulieldes.
Vancouver, Wa, Deo 4.---Captain
Algornon Berry committed sicelde here
by shooting himself through ie heart
He was recently tried by a court mar
trial at Vancouver arraeka and found
guilty of conduct sbecomlIag a ofnl
cer and a gentleman. The order for
his diamlsal arrived yesterday. He
was a graduate of Welt Polat. H wau
a prominent member of the Maonle
order, being a thbrty-second deree Msa
son, and a Mystic hriaer. He left a
note bequeathing his property to hbl
wife and mother.

Ohio Policy Holdere to Meet.
Colnmbua. 0.. Dee. 4.--4 meeting
of policy bolder of the IquIablt e,
Mutual and New York LUfe lsureaee
companilem to be held at the Nell houe
this erenng will not be for the purpose
of derln nr ways and means a sslat.
Ing Thomas W. Lawom as reported
bmt to form an organalation of Prank.
lln county pollevholern and to disease
the lnvestlgatlon now on la New Tor.
Attorney Oneral P. ,. Mwaeis. GOaorge
T. Spahr. Junde L b. Dille and Dr.
J. F BaldwIa, siged the cal itr the
meettan.
Orip Quickly Knocked Out.
"Some weeks ago daring the severe
winter weather both my wife ad my.
self contracted severe eolds which
speedily developed into the worst kind
of la grippe with all is miserable symp-
toSs." say Mr. J. 8 Egletoe of
Maple Landing. lows. "Knee and
joints aching, moeele sore. heed
stopped up, eyes and nose ramming, with
alternate spells ofehille and fever We
beran using Chamberlal's Coogh
Remedy., aHing the same with a dose
of Obamberlain's Btomash and Liver
Tablets, and by its liberal aue oon
completely knocked out the grip."
Those tablets promote a healthy action
of the bowels. Iver and kidneys which
It always beneficial when the system is
congested by a sold or attack of the
grip For sale by all druggitsr
Reunion Floridae Oivialon. Ustked 0eCs
faderat Veterans. Jacke
SPIl December S-14, 10t.
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T9XA. COTT4O fOtP IS SHORT
General Manager of Cotton Associatlor
Vislts the Lone 8ta- State.


Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 4.- k ,l I 11
Smith, uf Columbia, & t .
manager aud faIclal .i th:
SouItI'i Co ton isocla .. . ..
to the city l'riday at t ... ., .
ceesfui trip through Tt.< ..
terests of tie association.. .\,,
During the tour of tti ,
Smith visited the follow :... ,. ..
poInt.. \ht re he made . h -!
aledt in i!ie organiati, . .
enthusntite branches of .
Tyler. I'alt rine, Hunt-,
Colum;'ua, Taylor, Temll' ;
lIastrop, ComUanch, I!
burned, and Waxahatchl' ,. ,.
centers of cotton growlk. :
ooiinrlsng t(e northern i n .t
southtiun .ortionl of thl : '.' ,. a
hatchil Is the county a' : .. t ,,
ty, the largestt cotton v ,iii,.
in the world.
In an interview Clolo s::h .. il
"\\hat I aim golin to 1 ,, .,
I have clarnle from m\ ,r', ;i:


oL servat lon and t vesi In .: 1
In no sense merely beair.,
"The T'xas orop i : ,,
this lear, but It ls r '! !
most of the counties 'w A:A.lt \ ;'
the cattle are graing in ; ht t:,
The portion of the stat thlic. 1 \14
Ited is in the boll weeill s 'ction. whitc:
made the bet crop It bas had In yea-r.
but the glaning Ia all dine and tht
cotton sl marketed."

Doctors Could Not Help Her.
"I had kidney trouble for years."
writes Mrs. Raymond Conner cf Shel-
ton, Wash., "and the doctors could not
help lte. I tried Foley's Kidney Cure
and the very first doee gave. me relief
and I am now roared. I cannot say too
muoh for Foley's Kidney Cure." It
make the diseased kidneys ound so
they will elemilate the poisons from
the blood. Unleesthey do this good
health is Imposelble. J. \W MlcCollum
SCo.
Seaboard Partor Cars.
The Seaboard Air Line operate buf.
fet parlor ear between Waldo and
Tampa on train leaving Waldo that
eoanoeos with the morning train from
Oalaeeville.






LtlnFrnilt Snyrup
Pmt to tike
Tbh ew laxative. Does
not ip or nauseate.
Cure stomach and Uver
dto0blend chrooaic CoRn
alpattod1 W7 Westor8a9 tMb
atur ctimn ofthemto *
ac liver and bowels.
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eirythln Ine Seaon looked d to Order.
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O. mecmnt of the aov oeaed o0- UUL[ UflA IUI 1 I UI.b,
esaoo the NAtlantic Coast Lie bae
-iamedthe rat ofone eas per mile fLOCF NAnoK, nLA.
plam SetBsve mease with a minime -
rate of fty eoats. This rate ho besln Parsdae d r nhtlng ad PIllig
aethwleed from all posease la the Stt
of FWlIda nd ticket will be said [De- I 6 0. -, isAd
ember sOw ed for teaw sebaseoled so wewue a.'-
arleW at lhee. lte sbefe oseease of' a see r w_
Deeu mbera U1 FiJ I. t eS of etl i s Tw, *'< ____
will be Dember 1ltb. lamsre e r f g a .,- ~ M
earewd to samhes pea to m Mi s I LO. rL T, ,. fegti,0a
dtiestis. The o*ld be a oIe.a .,, a t, r al .ru
Awed1 Oeia> U .... I .
s E ie res We erupnlety ew. .
Ponpe$ ewmqpws aobeld ol on
A tkaels a Lihesme es whr fellis.
fe... O r ww v c I.,-.." Miss Tcbeau's
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DRAGGING
down pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble which can
attack a woman, v: falling of the womb. With th:r, generally.
come Irregular, paintll, scanty or profuse periods, va.teful, weaken.
Ing drains, dreadful backache, headache, nervousness, dizzince:. Irri-
tability, tired feeling, Inability to walk loss of appetite, c.lr and
beauty. The cure la


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exerts such a wonderful strengthening Influence on all female organ
Cardul nrelea pain. regulates the menses, stops drain and tlam-
ulats the muscles to pull the womb up Into place.
It Is a safe and permanent cure for all female ccmplalnts


wrr USo A LETTRh
a strblett con dence, telling s all
ur trouNea. We *ll wnd fmeead
vim (la plain emled envelope). Ad-
dres: Ladies' Advisory Dept., The
Chattanooga Medine Co., Chatta-
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"I UUFFTUD AWTUL PAIN
In my womband ovaries,'' writes Mr.
Naond Bake. of Wetter Groves.Mo.,
'and my menows ~cre very painful
and Irreular. Since taking Ciarul I
feel Hkea new woman, and do not
ulfer as I dM."


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A Complete stoak of Hay Core Oat. Flour, ran, Meal, Cotsoo **ed Meal
sad Ri. We haadle only the VERY BS T goods as the LOW.
PTl rFOt. lg oras tee M*tleaeito alwnu,.

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THE DAILY SUN: QGffin nl, LODA, DECEMBER b. 1905


; O" TON PHYSICIAN NOT GUILTY

Dr. MoLeod Is Freed by Jury's Verdloi
In Famous Case.
Bostoa; Doe, 4.-A verdict of not
ullty was reported in the superior
court this morning by the Jury which
last nIgh deliberated the case of Dr.
Percy D. McLeod, charged with being
aa aeoasory after the fact of the ille-
aS performance of an operation which
related in the death of Susanna
a1ry, a victim of the suit case trag.
od', abd with concealing the crime.
The prisoner was discharged.
The cae wa given to the Jury at
4145 p. m,, yesterday and a decision
a reached at 10:15. In accordance
with the Instructloas of Judge Stevens,
the verdict was naled and was report.
ed whoa court opened this morning.
WtUsllm 1. Hunt and Louis W. Craw.
lad. who pleaded guilty several days
ag to the charge of beiag aooensories
atter the fact to the illegal operation
then were brought atoe court.
Each was eotenced by Judge Bte.
yeas to not Ite than six years, nor
more than ssoe years In state prison.

Teok ILght Weeks to Get Jury.
(~loa,. Doe. 4.--After eight weeks
Sthe exhausaton of nearly 2,000 ve.
Imea. a jury wa secured today to
try CMarie O1aooly, who is charged
wdtb eaelng the death of a nonunion
wertma during a strike. Gilhooly, It
i saidj was te hired sluggerr" of the
oMartu workers' union. There had
been great trouble In securing the
tjury because of the reluctance of many
of the veniremen to serve, and huan
dreds of them have declared them.
selves agalast labor unions. The trial
will commence on Monday next.

LaOrippe and Pneumonia.
Pneumonia often follows lagrippe,
but never follows the se of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It oures lagrlppe,
ooughs and prevents pneumonia and
oonaumptlon. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar and refuse any substitute of*
fered. Mr. 0. Vaeher, 157 Osgood
street, Obleago. writes: "My wife had
a seere oae of lagrlppe three years
ago and It left her with a terrible
sough. She tried a bottle of Foley's
Honey and Tar and it gave immediate
elief. A 50eent bottle eared hero ough
entirely." Refuse sobetltutes. J. W.
MeOolram A Company.
Death Senteneo Again Impooed.
Valdosta, Ga., De. 4.--The death
sentence was again Imposed upon J. G.
Rawlings. and his two son., Mliton and
Jesse, and the negro. Alt Moore, all
ebarged with the murder of the Carter
ablldren on June 13th. The day of
execution was finxd for Jan. 0. The 1l.
der Rawlilng protested the Innocence
of his eons. anI ihey a no dt.larcJ
their Innocence. The negro convie'.
ed, declared that lie had told tho
truth. That he had kllled nobody
but was with the boys when the crime
was oommitte.1. In Riwllngis an.
other of the boys. g C, to the peniten
tiary for life.

Young Man Charged with Forgery.
Hltildnibam. Ala., Dec. 4.--The fah
er of (Clarene Hulrhe. of Stlllnitore
Ga. wh;o I acrctled of forgery, haa ar
rived In this city, andl will try to squar.
the dehtq of his son Additional dev'l
opmentq In the caie, are to the effect
that he In wanted in Amerleus fer th',
alleged rwindle of $,.V" fromn a clltaen
of that iplirAe If, Is said to have
forged tue* unntie of T J Janle to get
tae money Advic'lr hy wire from
Little Rok sat',, that he is also want
ed thorr for ,!tltalilnlg a diJamond an
dter ftalre i1r'.<'nu*i


Oil Field Workmen 9rike. I
H011AtM1. 1 l1c I4' 4- %lb. strike of
ail field worki tn'g, eai turi t.e rf,'.uctl"n
Ilk wage'.(4 Of x 40.a law;14A onus,
Ijkl0 00%'C'l Al 111US11hie 11141'Okolk kW(
ga. tI'iir rlAke sni Sio oTop. tMe
Ouffey and Sun f-mpanesa cnti Paw
sad Fcham twing affetr I About
.V sncharv out Ir. ,eI I I 'Arc s"
011 6W 111111 Ut o0 the c^r)r At they
nskewo u1per Ot telp The 1tbs
payftg the raeIii
Gloors ar& a! a 1ls bi', bthero are

Sbmrksitblt Cure.
"I te mIuch &Micmed with Sciatica."
wuIM Md 0 Ned. lowavillr, ,Sdgwek
0.6, K... "golag about on trtthre
&#A loesfetm a deal of l'w I was
ndused t oeMy aliard's Snow lint.
meatw. Wisk utieU ate I u sod
there, e ~ballis. It 6s 1h0- fgrvea-t.t
Ilnieas I OM11111e1. HHa "rcoin.
iiidd illIs 11 110k1 of perwson

kr. I. a ik rW~ke
AIN&PM 1600M46 OO w
$W bt W foft Wkbo


Begin Taking OxoUlsio Freight MCars Are In Demand.
4 Yotnia San Pranoisco, Dec. 2.-For his
Southern Pacifc roads R~-H. Harri.
man is tn the market for 45 tank cars,
,1,500 steel under frame box cars ol E Ut R 1
100,000 pounds capacity each. and 800
steel under frame refrigerator cars of Effective May 28, 1905.
me a 6 e &nw",,r**gl, ^* 0 0,000 pounds' capacity each. It Is also
Its Vitalied Medicinal Prood Prope said he will soon place contracts for i Testibale Tralu East No. 84 NO. 2o Nort sad West. 18
ties are Very QuoklyP RAW 5,000 more freight cars. The new re
CIn Brin th Pal a frigertor car are wanted, It Is said Lv Jaeksonvlle...ao. By 910 7 6p Lv Jacksonville, Fla ....o. BS T4OP
In Producing tre to the Wt tto to handle banana shipments to hbe Lv Jesp .........80. IK 11 40 1040pLv Jesup, Ga........... BS 0. 0p
the Feeble an the rom Ne OrleansOrlean and Lv avannah......o.y 20p 121 Ar Macon, Ca...........o. 80
in T ^i1 fcone wt from New Orleans.o Orleans ad
n To a nval west from New OrleansOrleans and ArOolumbia ......o.Ry 656p 600 Ar Atlanta, a..........O...B.R. $0.
In Cleansing th A Ilrste. for certain other purposes not connect Ar Obsrlote .....S. Ry 10 5p 95 Ar Rome, Ga ............. 0B.
In Nourishin r Wort. d with the California freight trade. Ar Greebor....o. By 11 12 p r Dalton O ........... Ry.
IFac p 1 ua th In, Pek ArDanville......So.. y 221a 210p ArUhattanu oa, Tenn..So. B,.
the dldlesnt a ttIF tr us Fightilng. ArRiab o A AI
DinU bl .ing Fur,,ua Fightin. A lahdu...So.a y0 a. 2p Ar r.zlngo KL ......
thee irale te l As. ArOininenuti,O ....... a. O,
In Ti,.*at ..in he Mr;,. 44 4h .....-.A__.._ AUU& w e 4. .I-2p St... ... 3 ,' U .


iClno, m.. br..a r n"wh %ot "For seven years," writes Geo. W. Ar Ohrot ..rlle B. LOp L, .0..... g
tAr Carlotteville So. Ry 6 lg e ti, 0....g Pooi S
oart m Horfman of Harpdr, Wash., "I had Ar W hlnton ....o. Ry 950 950p Ar Chiago. Ill.......Big Four I
Sa AnstMete EilIr U aesaCaeseed bitter battle with chronic stomach and Ar Bl timore....P. R. R. 11 80a 11 26p Lv OCininnati, O......Pa Line
U*Ioo .CM ~AVotn liver trouble, but atlast I won, and Ar W. Ph'delia P. R B. 145p 286a ArChicago. III...... .PsaLin es .
o p eI MJM eared -my disease by the uae of Elee. Ar New York....P. R. R. 4 18p 6808 LvC ninnnat.,l ..0. la. .
Trial *octirl err-D I Ar khieago. II.. ..... Moon
rill be eat on r oee W b ttr io Bitters. I unhesitatilgly reom. No. 84-"New York and Florida Ex. Ar Cia. I ........ Doa
or potal card to mend them to all. and don't intend in press Daily Pullman Drawing Room L OidoinnaO 0 H. D. j
Ozomalda C 918 PIe St. ew Tort. the future to be without them in the Sleeping Car Port Tamps and Jacason- Ar DeTro1 Mioh ..... P. M. s
AU DU -srwta e-. ad house. They are certainly wondAr.- vle to New York. Lv incin, i, P .......Li...
ful medlione, to have cured acha bad No. 80--'Washington and Florida Lv Oinnnti, O....... Pa
Aged Woman DWo. cae as mite." Sold under goara-. Limited." Daily Pcllman Drawing Ar PittborgPa.....PaLias m
Atlanta, Dec. 1.-ma Jan. wtee to do the same for ou, by all drug. Room Sleeping Oar Jacksonville to LOv Cncinnati, O....0.Big Four 9sop
Atlanta, Dee 1.-Mary Jane H o gist as 80a a bottle. Try them today. New York. Ar Oleveland,0 .......Big Pour 846
ris, believed to have been the od4 Ie Lv Lexington, Ky.......8. .0 8 80p
woman In the state of New York died Money for Cuban Soldiers. Thronl *"The Laud of the Sky" eo. 80 Ar Louisville, Ky.......8. By. 810p
at New Roohelle in her one hundred New York, Dec. 2-President Palmsn Ar St. Lous. Mo........Bo. B. 78
anc twelfth year. Her grandmother yesterday Issued a decree ordering tnat Lnal, ar....... o. BRy 12 Ar B it, Ala........ IS 940a
was a thoroughbred Indian, and gs the payment of the revolutionary vet ArColombia, 8. C.......So. Ry 600 aAr Memphi, Tenn .....Friso. 805p
ays she was a descendant of Poca2hon erans should begin Dec. 4. The bonds Ar Asheville, N. C.......8o. Ry 50 Ar Kansas Oity, Mo.....Frieso 9 40
ta. Mrs: Harris, wo wau born In are issued to the veterans and these Ar Hot Sprigs, N'. 0 ...0o. Ry 2 7 8 m7
Ar Knozville, Tenu......So. ky 600p Memphis, Tern ................ 8 0p
Georgetown, D. C., often told of having' will be taken up in such quantitlee as Ar Loxville, T......... y 8 60 Hot prlngIs Ark 6......... 920s
seen Go. Washington, both In Wash. congress may direct. The treaury Ar St. Louht..........So. Ry 4 6p No. 18-"The Florida Limited."
ington and at Alexandria, In 1799. Bh already contains sufficient money to Ar Oinlinnati ...........Q. & 1. 8 16 Daily. Solid vestibole tain, through
leavr three eons, all of them pat 70, pay the entire balance due the sol- day eoaehes and Pullman Sleeping
and some of her grandchildren are diers, whch amounts to $19.000,000 and No. 80-Daily Pullman Drawing Oars, Jaoksonville to Oineinaftl.
gray.halred men and women. The body has $,000,000 to spare for current koo and Bulet leepi nar bet Slween N 1 Pulltman JDracaon
will be taken to Virginia for burial. needs. Birmingham, Memphis, Kanms Olty
An Emergency Medicine. ExIllent Dinlng Car Service. and Colorado Springs.
Details of Girl's Murder Told.
Boston, Dec. 1.-When the trial ol For prai ps, bruies, burns, sside ARRIVAL8 AT JACKSONVILLE.
Dr. Percy D. MLeod, who Is ohargedur there hin From New York, Washington, ete.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida Lim.
ah o etooo 29 "Wamhington and Bllm. Lid.s0
with being accessory after the fact and so good aphamberlain's Pain Balm. lsed," io00 a. m
with' illegal operation in connection It soothes the wound and not only From New York-, Wash!ngton, etc.-No. 88. "Washington and Florida zx-
Sthe detho gives instant relief from pain, but proee" 8:20 p. m.
with the death of Suanna Gea wa es the p to hel in abot o- From Oineinnat, Asheville, etc.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida U.m-
resumed yesterday. Louis Crawtord i the im required bted" 09:00 a m.
one of the men who ha ad plea goll thi reatme nt. S'drequid by r taenal rom Ohisoea, Cineinnati. Atlanta. et.-No. 14. "Fla. Limited.,"sL. m.
ty to being aceesory In the ooa by al J. LLsK, Distriet Paneager Agent 108 W. Bay St., Jackseavlle, Pi
tinued his testimony.. He said for the H. P.T M. W. H. TAT 0. P. A. Baoois MoOA. A.0.P. A
three or four months previous to the
death of the chorus girl the treatment i
of patients at the office of Mrs. Dr. 9 C
Bishop had been done by William Huni d o s ,Uy
and Mrs. Mary a Dean. Pinterts,
Deoorators and
Bllet Pased Throgh Head. p Ho Lcal Time Card No. 62. Corrected to ei i,
Spenoerville, 0., Dec. Durlni per
the absence of their parents the two 304 East Main St., 8., Gainesville, Fla. soUTmn-0ue-auON own. NOTh .t.L- n.. Oi
children of Richard Depnason, rural __- ... ----, -
rfr **SVTATIO.N8
mall carrier, while playing with a re All kinds of outide and inside work Daily iDiiy LTATI,
volver, accidentally discharged the promptly and neatly executed. Ioo ps 4) r Lv .............. ...JA.'lb..............
weapon. The bullet struck a young -- at ai l ** ......:. . a .ck% ..
weapono. The bPllet trf ksn ~ 4__ 10 .3 s, ............... fuit. Aliitu..............
son in the face and passe out at the PAPER HANGING and 8OIN WRIT. 3 ............ H"i,, .. ...........
rear of the nead. The revolver wa ING a Specaalty.. -- s 1, ? ar ............. .......
S8-caliber. Medical aid was summomel, _P __ ...-_I ) 12 *i 1 I. Ar.... .......................
the wound dressed, and. remarkable p ------r- q a';r ............~n ....... ... .
S.................. ........ .... .\ '
as It may seem, the boy still lives, 1' J l................... ..,
and the doctors sa that he will re1 1 I0 Pi i, .... .i ..... .. 111, l i .i............... '
Sover. PE rs .... ............. .............. .
cover. p ...... ... ...(.. n r .........
Big Deal In 01i Lands. p t p ...- ...... .ror. .........
iF l- p2Ar ......... .-6 VIfISn, ............ l 1 4I ; ;
Stearns, Ky., Dec. 1.-A deal was F ,i s 1, .....A ....... n., .. 0
closed toJay here for the sale of the "............s ora.... C., I :. .,
oil proLwrty, of which a large portion p ;a, ....'.2.w-,,rn. .. ... a ,
wa ownel by Miss Mary 0. Russell Op ap t ........a in.... .......... l u
At Evinston. Florida. one mile from t*o P ---......Isunlw Pll ............ 1* 5 3 a
wIsAowne-'i.......u.... l u.l .............. i..
The purchase was made by the Chica A -... .. .n..on. ao;iin, -....o.._.---p. -. "iu," oc-d
go and (olumebU (Oho) capitalists, ltatlon, on Rook Road. 42 aer of 0 -.. Lv .. ............ slb ............ Ar 004
wao have been her re vral days look. od mo L .........d;l elLi I..d a -
Ing over this and other property laN a u kis-.. ....-. .. 76
1 685 as P ckit001........._._ . 1 64 1
this vicinity. They have expreaed in cultivation. 8 mar in bearing or- S Ma =e Mrbiuse ......:t:. 1 s, 1
their opinion that the oil Is equal tU age tre All god trueking land. .I u .1 ... .. ,11.t ,
the best Lima product I -- rr rod... : afII a
$1.000 dwelling and other bhoe on s *I .. l-......--. 1 V I
I I I- a pt 1 .1 .--- ..El ........... i p..
In Mad Chase. the promises. All going at a Bargain! I. '"" *...... *
Millions rush in mad ehase after PRI C E, 0u 0 : =I:":
health, froum one extreoie of faddlim EA 8 Y, a 600 *0....0: .. ,wt J .....b ... T4 ta 9 p
to another, when, if they eoold dalyl o a 8: an' ., 0 '
eat aItNs food, and keep their howels j LDa a t, 50
regular with Dr. Kiag's New Life Pill, Apply for further particular to i --"i.... aAa,_i ...: i
I ..... .. City . 'Al & 7 P "
their troubles would all pass away. lAL aM a IIIl M ..... M ...........- : s s
Prompt relief and quick are. for liver r5UULU1 LAW N ;i
and suamtrh trhobe.. At all drug OMaUSTRAD KXTrN so
som :; *uarant*od. i i"N TlU rIDA. __ra.,,


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OF COTTON

GROWN IN 1905

t Repot Maes Nnm.
bler 10,167,818 Bal.

COTTON WENT SKY HIGH

Was Rapid on Monday-Gov.
t Report Was One Hour anc
Late, Which Probably Had
Upon the Market.
to The Galnesville Sun:
iogpon, Decembe4 --The gov
at report, Agricultural Depart
i, issued today, estimates the num.
olbales of cotton grown in toe
ited Sates, growth of 190, to be
,167,818 balesof 500 pounds eaoh.
The report was one and one-hall
ous late in being issued and upon its
' aing reae the price of May cotton ad-
Svaneed from 11.60, the low quotation
of the day. to 12.90, closing firm at
12 25.
NEWS OF CITY AND
COUNTY CONDENSED

Sun Industrial Edition 10 cents a
copy.
Col. W. W. Hampton left yesterday
for Jaoksonville on a brief professional
trip.
W. G. Riohardson has returned from
a business trip to Mioanopy and oth r
points.
Deputy Sheriff J. W. McCann of La-
CroNe was In the city on official busi-
nea yesterday.
W. T. Chesnat has returned from
Florence, 8. C., where he was called a
few days ago on bosioae.
Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Spivey of Wind.
sor are in the city, guests of Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Peeler, South Gainteville
0. A. W. Thomas left yesterday for
Roobelle, Windsor and other points in
the laterest of the Singer sewing ma-
hbine.
Would November sales of Blue Rib-
boa Lemon and Vanilla Extrate have
baes hbe largest in the history of our
business rules they were "Best Ever
Made?"
There will be a called meeting of the
Earnmat Workers as the home of the
Prealdeso, Mrs. C. C. Pedriok, this at-
otra oo at I o'loak. A fall attend-
aen lI deslred.
Mrs.F. F. .Hofman of Balsam, N.
0, who has been In this eity for the
past few days o a visit to Mn. Jease
0. Clark, left yesterday for Oeala,
where she will spend the winter.
Attorney J. A. Carlisle, who moved
his ofee from the Porter block to the
anw Baoknight boiling a few days
ago, ha returned to his former quar.
ten, the room in the new oflee being
lasBeilatito meet the demands. He
may be found to future at his former
oele, Porter block, corner East
iTaon sad West Main street, 8.
M. B. Saunders, member of the arm
of Bandenr Earle, Saturday sele-
brased he tweaty-eixth aalversanry of
his easaeton with bhat store. Mr.
gaeadan wenat o the store tweaty-sil
yaem ago a clerk, and gradually
wored himself Lnto au blateue la tae
bnamura. L a6 harpue.l it, be bha
"'sea them some and go." but he is
eUU there.
L.L. L. Hill, repreeati 0. H. Miles
A Coomapy, wholesale eommismsoe
srekbaste, New York, ha returned to
thl sity from St. Peenbrbur and
potlate the Mauatee river, where he
a bea loedag after the orange *It.
easie. Mr. Hill eflsa that the erop
iI the seehloe velted is folly up to
laa year sad the frlit as eoe dooald
be desired. He ha pearhed outright
severw l eareed of oages.
IV.W. Blebo. who r atly arrived
wrt hi family from Terra AI.,


W. Va., ha became so d4ee
11 mepeseed with the city
sm he pausase pfeOpstand MWhi
bmuds a DNs Aa midmfoesable s
)4. S0e ee wo wo Freah e sad
fress esomew amt Oalee.
I !eumbahpelof estow Vie-
ObeN beama OW a party of twen-
I~r -~1 hill .4 J t e trra

O1 ba Ceileer asElIe h ad wma
beh 0e medleado a smoes oa
bwm MAnd1p.0t I'l m. she
lb"bea pM he" M Uw meebmm
a@&UBeha hems m bb=eswish
S mbqegagenas hemo -I nt
bmea d doebm beetwili be sofl
so p"amso ahofm a Ifhdip
go pig p mbla 00 anst "ewe
am ow me pesmake e tm m
low e~e. am b
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POST&Os'rm MUOT BE CAMU I


Order Iaued from Headquarters to
See that Proper Postage Is Paid.
Washington, Dec. 4.-A practice un
der which the government is subjected
Sto loss of money is called attention tc
I, an order which Third Ass.itant Poqt
master General Madden Issut-t to ali
postmasters. The order follows:
"Matter mailed at the second. third
and fourth class rate Is often made t.e
- vehicle for transmitting other matter
subject to a hither poata e rate Post
n meters must use greater care *o see
that packages accepted f.,r niallinq
are prepaid at the rate to which the
highest class matter enclosed is sub-
Sected.
"Poetmasters receiving packagbp fto
delivery should take similar care ti
see when the proper rate of )p.wa!e
ha not been prepaid, that the legal
rate is collected before delivery."

Coughing Spell Caused Death.
"Harry Duckwell, aged 25 years,
choked to death early yesterday morn-
t ing at his home in the presence of his
wife and child. He contracted a slight
cold a few days ago and paid but little
attention to it. Yesterday morning
he 'as s is d with a fit of coughing
which continued for sime time. His
wife sent for a physician, but before
he could arrive another coughing
spell came on and Duokwell died from
suffocation.-St. Louoi Globe Demo-
crat, Dcember lst. 1901." Ballard's
Horehound syrup would hnave aved
him. 25e, 50e and $1. Sold by W. M.
Johnson.
United States Attorney Appointed.
Portland, Ore., Dec. 4.-Willim C.
Bristol, who was appointed by the
president to succeed William J. Henry
as L'nited states attorney for the dim
trict of Oregon, is a man of hglh stand-
inl in the legal profeeslon in tal state.
He was a close friend of Mr. Henry
during the latter's stay Is the state a
prosecutor In the land friad cases Mr.
Bristol lt aRepubllem. He Io con.
paratively little known ousilde of his
profeselon and le about II years of age.

Failed.
All efforts have failed to find a bets
ter remedy for cooughs, olds and lung
troubles than Foley's Honey and Tar.
Itetops the moogh, beals the lungs and
prevents serious results from a sold.
J. N. Patterson, Nashu. Iowa, writes:
"Lau winter I had a bad sold on my
lungs and tried at least half a doses
advertised ooogb medicines and had
treatment from two physeliass with.
not getting any beaeflt. A friend re-
commended Foley's Hooey and Tar
and two-thirds of i bottle oored me. I
eooilder It the greatest oorh and lang
mewlline in the world." J. W. Mo-
Oolluo & Company.
Finatoier Struk by ParalySla.
New York. Dec. 4 -Wi. B. Loeda.
formerly vice president of the Ameii.
man Tin Plate company, and more re-
cently president of the C1(cage. O. k
Island and Pacific railway, Is lying ti
bis 4fth avenue borne, aviag been
striking with a allght attack of pa
ralysis. says the HealJ. Mis entire
left side is affected. w a aid last
albht that the attack was sot awlmos
and that his physicIans held hbpes
Atr a aseedy r*oevery.


CASTORIA
1r lahta uat



l r of

Teaa eank Rebbed.
DaUaa. Tua. Lmc 4-Te kbea el
Oanot. a small la-i e-
a te town or ('arrrlteiU wa sos14
aet aight of .**eral t d doll s.on
The s*ae was biowa opea by N .
wi made tim .C.ape.
A Cera f
A C~rta^ Cure f~r Crou


Wh a bhlid howsa yamto of
eromp those o so time to epNrtame
with Nw rmiewdee. so aur bow
highly thy may be weommeaded.
These o e eparapeet thia eo al.
way be dep*mded ope-. Is ha hbee
ta ler may easn Wd has etve
**M kews no fa, i. vi C la etrilie'
Obel emed-y Mr M. F Cmspem
of Mare. Team. say of is '1 hve
and Chmbebrala% Coegh b*emdy r41
- -; 1m W
dmas. MI ea srebllyi s always
,*eee. else." erale by all


AT ST. M~T IIM


aUGwMin O h.&D6


DR. DiVERE B. MORRIs,
.... DENTIST....


. A. CARLISLE,
ATTORNEY AF L .AW
And 8olletlor i n Equity
Real Estate, Couyaftncin and vna.
eral Practioe. All bIsiim.i promptly
attended to. Office next door to Sdu
oMoe. GAlnsvt I I FlORII)A.

FERDINAND BAYER.
ATTORNEY AT ILAW.


UAINIsVILLa,


F R onIDA.


Can sell your eity property, (im.
proved and unimproved), phosphate,
trucking and farming lands. Sead him
a list of what you offer for sale. 2142n

W. E. BAKER.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAw,
S.. SOLICITOR IN OCA.\NCERY...


GAINESVILLE, Alaohua Co.,
Office in Endel tilok.

DR. J. H. ALDERMAN.

DENT I ,


Over Dutton a Co's aiS,


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DA. UORDON B. TIMON.
DEMNT.


QAIISTIILU. FL.

THE WEST END,
FINE WINES, LIQUORS A CIOARB
JOIM MUINIIX, Proprletor.
11-l1 W. a OM.. Jaokwaonlll, nt
PFact beer, bottle sad d rnaght. Don't
fail to eall m me whae in Jaelksoavll


Louisville

Nashidlle R. R.

Best Llne to
Brlmlkhalm, Nashville, Memphis,
Ktanvlse Lelavtlle (Isealmatl
St. Lels, Chkasr and all 1peits
North ead Wet in threauh cars.

Onl; liae operattln through sleepers
from iorldA to Chlicgo.
Oali Hsie operatlnr through sleepers
from Florida o t-I Louls with dining
ear serels.
Finest dilalg ear sorvie in the Sooth.
Throe k tourist leepers to Oallfor-
ala.
For Imformation as to rate to all
polnte North ied \VWs, sebedolos and
Ill Informatlem esll oo or writ*
GEO. E. HERRING,
Ia. FM. Airt. 1.- A L. L,
M- Wat Bay Strwt. eJasemlvU, M6a.


THE SUN

JOB PRINTING
DEPARTMENT
Makes a Specia:ty of All Kinds
of Plain a'.d Faney


Commercial

Job Printing
.. 0 r...

Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc
Legal Blaok i a Short NotUce.

the oUoIF c ll ina ('r friee ef *ml
Mil oder emu t ajM"lples
Lem.sesds W, I Feb. .s, W .
8 B. MHe4rPy.
(theve*ille. FlA.
Deawr -: v ft-ed thep

,S se..o Momage,e" and .,,t.s

MM 0. M"a* .

gd,-de awa 133~ *w *ww


SE3AB 0 A.B D
Air Line Railway

...FOR....


Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-


ington,


delphia New York.

Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.

SOD ERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

Only Liti Op(lrnting
Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonvi:,c to Now Orlesas

For full information ati R sleeper reservation pA| oAIn I y a ,I nt Seaboard of
write A. 0. MAC(DONELL, t lY\ L.I'N Ja.,
Asst. General Passenrgr Agent, i'aaretiger Agetut,
JACKSONVILLE. l.ORIDA.
CLYDE LINE

CLYDE LINE


IO"CTR BSILGlTCS 3JLA.OH-: W'M3M:

Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at OIHALEi t)N, 8. 0., both ways.
the faint Stemllais in the C tvtae 8wIrvl
The Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Dirs Serviee Between JACKSONVILLE, BOtION and
PROVIDINOIE and All astier Poolte,
Calling at Oharleton both ways.
8aMI- WE3 1 1.K:Lr A L ZIG XBO
Southboad................ ........F.roa Lewis' Wharf, Betoa
Northbound ................ From Foot of OlShbrIe s*.. JakeeMville

'Clve St. Johns River Lie
Between JACKUIONvILL arnd IBANProD
Stopping as Palaika, Aslor, St Vraeai, Beromford (DeLand), and nlarmediasl
Landlp on ft. Jobns River i oommalong Wednesday, November 15, 1906,
SrICAMNK8.
"CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FFRED'K DeBAHY"
Are appointed to sall's follows Leave Jaeksonvlle, dally *exept INalu
days, at 8 s 0 p. m. Returning, leave tatIford, dally eseept 8Modag s, ast iO a. m.

Ibkat-. NCHEIDULK Igng es
Leavelt) pam.. ... ... ....... J&aeh avlle..... .. .. Arrivfntyr a
*4 pm ..... .. ... Palatk. ..... ...... .... leave lS00
1 a00 mam. .......... Astor .. .. .. . o. .p.
4lN0am ... .. .. .t... PFIra te............. I00pm
.............Berford (DeLd) ............ 00pm
Arrivelia m ...... .. ... e d ................... *i ..... .
10O00am . .. ..... .K rprise... ....... .00
uiNERAL PASO. AND TIUKET OrFFCloE, W. BAY T JACKOKX V.uI
P. aONONOMK.JIL, As.s ue Pes. A U.. 1I Wr.tV JYMA M vUb, Uta
W 0.0 COI1 Jr P A.1 C=P 0l) JI. Ji e-a.

.tlall. 1l. N Is Dio VC eeI. Now R orb
(,meral saa.,, .o. aseral Ages,


Take The Atlantic Coast Line

FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS


North i,. azt L wSoouth0 r*o West bt i""
Il lefl alve $ I ueatU U MeweenY


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Time Table an edoes April 10, ItS.
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lJigh springs and laft*
mediate Pmoils
' 0eaas, Lmsburg aad Tamps, lad
f rlatedhate Po ate

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a3,,b Wpr. Waye-.I. bea*d Wel&.
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S-', 0iStock yodr pantry and household ft EnlYl welt flour, boukwheat floor,
SWommn', Goild Bassar. rle our, ellow corn meal, oes in,
S. .iS Georg'e Fletcher of Orange Heights guOaed fresh. Soande & Earle.
N r we irsdioa in the city )eserday. Ntbeolae Bores, who has been on-
^V W ,,,D Williams of Bennioatou and Wy. d,'lttlg a ad i kichenh -,t 122 WesL
A lie Ballie of Jonesvillee were tradingI Main 8t61 S.1h.s moved into a cor-
A ittta *f Interet Oath. I, the, cy yesterday. Dnor of s* Cash Grocery, 112 West
ai by 4por t e. Your Christmas froit eakep baked pv. Main street Mr. Bure Irsoo of the
,r. I-I.e ry Satiurday. Price 26 cnts a oake. fiane odY makers in the State and
P MRSOOAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS Phone Keystone Bakery. Ot h ba sMb obd a good trade.
When you want a pleasant laxative
S WhutOae Happenedand What is Going take Chamberllaio's 8omacb and Liv,. ir ls b" tae and letuooe hampers,
O Ia n aan nare~l" Tapl Tblets. For Palo by .1 ldruggists alto eallbbege and eanatloope eratesi
Shpne Told in Short Paragraphs Tblet. For l is of-b ldrg a at reasonable price, and
0 Thai "He Who Runs May Read" Turp l le thleof arsae prompt shipment on all
floe.50s per dosen, $8 pee houdred. *ta. 0 on either L or
Sun' mooatreto.' 8 hip on either A.O. L. or
..Ch ma .company order. d 8 A. L. railroads. Williston Mano-
Sldie'eIalling cards in latest styles New No. 7 Fay.Sholes typewriter for featuring Oo, Willisto. la. dawt.
t San offlee. sale. Long earriage-Jun the me. Mn. ar ill cotinue the sale
|F ine suppers and flie sondies at the chine for law office. Oash or install. of her bbiwhold etfeet today and to.
B ssaar Thrday. wmnt. 0all at Boo offi. morrow as her lat reldepee, No. 801
Dry oak and pine wood for sale. J. County Judge H. G. Mason has is E. Obhurh areet. There are nveral
N. Bone, 'phone 19. sued within the pus two days lileeo enamel bedsthade, birde-ye maple
Chas. J. Longman of High Spring to wed to Ltwti Thomas and Louois drewr, handsome folding bed, eheral
spent Sunday in this city. Hart, William Arahle and Orasle John- minor and her eolleotion of books, all
Fruit oakes for immediate or future son. of whibh will be sold at a greatly re.
delivery. Keystooe Bakery. Sandle Graham and C M. Fisher, doced prieo.
L. J. Olyat has one to Levy county students of the Unlverity of Florldl, Dr. E. B. Howell, Arch Avrlett and
where he i Intrested in a large stock have returned to Lake City, after a j 8. 1Ba1ly we among the Nvwberry
farm. few days spent with their parents in folks who ame to Gaineville yeeter-
Lost-Gold looke t with name this ty. day. It will be remembered that Dr.
"Isabl" engraved. Finder leave at 'S. H. Benjamin and son, Hao, were Howell, In an attempt to escape from
Hyde's store. In the alty from Mioanopy Sunday. a biUgy to which was attached a run-
R. Foth. a merchant of Hih Mr Benjamin proceeded to the after saway horse on Thursday of last wek,
r. i, wutabs mer vchiit or thish noon to New York, where no expects had the misfortone to severely sprain
tpriyese war a boneu visitor to this to remaln for several days. his wrist. While the wounded mem.
oh B.orsey of Jack The JasperNews say that the "I bar Is still an sling, it le very much
Jore B.o his home, after aonlle business dutrial Edltion of The Sun Ih worth Improved, and the victim will have en.
turi ed to hl home, after a bae manoy shouands of dollars to the ee- tirely reoeered in a few days.
Maip to Gainaevlle. tin s eprmeants." Fore at 10cents Mrs. Mnarat P. Howard, aseomps.
Miaoe Sadie and Olsodla May Wan- a copy at Vldals and Avera's news uled by her daughter, Mrs. General
maker of Meredith were shopping l stands. Wagnr, and children, and Mis Wag.
the oty yesterday Friends of Mrs. M. B. Baunders, who ner, have arrived from Pitteborg, Pa.,
Boy your Ohrlstmas presents at has been quite s k for the pas few aad are now located na their elegant
Woman's Goild Basaar. Thursday f- days, will be gratified to learn that home, 1000 Alabho avenue, Eit
ternoon and evening. her condition Ie so greatly Improved OGsaieville. Thee estimable people
B. F. Hampton has returned to his that the physielan has given her per. have been making baloeville their
home in Jaekonville after a brief boil- mi lsio to sit up today. winter home for several years, bt
nes trip to this city. J. H. Dye of Mianopy, district friends will be delihted to learn that
J. E. Fatoh of Alachua hu returned manager for the Dixie Portrait o they have some now to remain perma-
to his home, after a couple of days psay of Chicg, was a baiesi e vilstor aetloy. They will prove a valuable
spent with his family here. to Galnesville yesterday. Mr. Dye has sequistion to Galneville society.
F ralnhed room to rent on bloek ad. a larae fore of canvassers at work, A pary of prominent Georgians,
jolaing square. Gentleman tentt and reported a most encouragng trade. eomperlag Dr. and Mrs. J. B. 8.
preferred. Apply at 8un oSie. reak D. Wareor left yesterday for B s sad Captain W. L. Peal cf
Assita wad J. F. 8tapler of Lake
Extra cople of the Industrial Edl- Leesburg, lo the vilcnity of which tPta ad F.Staer of L
tlon of The 8un for sale as Avtrs's and place he is Intereted in orange aol Park, arrived ln the oiy Monday morn
Info. Their wre joined here by John
Vidal's news stands at 10e onts tare. He goe for the purpose of ar. n hy a e d
Fennell of Oamprill* and I. J. Fea.
For ent-El.ht-roopn boou ns e r angl g to plck and ship bhi fruit, nll of Malm, ad in the afternoon
square hot and cold aster bath and which Is among the flnot in the State. nprel of t d i thle fenooad,
toilet nl house. Marous Endel. Lost--trayed or stblen from my Kanapaba, where they will spend a few
For Beat-Two furnished late, one place near Areber bo November 18th, days :ox hoting. Sheriff Fennell took
of four room and one of three rooms. one Jersey sow, color fawn with o his ox hboouds to the seene,and states
S Mrs. rather. 40 Wst Mai street. white about head. Asswer to name that the party jeped two foxeu be-
Clyde ee se of Taooms, Ws. Ad Nelli. Sut able reward to anyone pl- forn they had been at their destliatlon
sa of Wideor and J. R. Feas*r of Ina information enabling me to fad 8ftaeesminutes. When Sheriff Fe.-
Roihell* were among the visitors to her. W. E. prown. ell loft Kaspeha, about flie o'clock,
this ity yesterday. Dr. W. H. Sibley, who makes prof* the party was hot on the trial.
Mr. and Mrs John Fleowllen have sional visits to Waldo, statesthat all
removed to the Abbott plae, oear Ml patients under his car a that point
lard Station, where Mr. Flewelle. i are rating nicely and on the road to
logdead in true rle. recovery. Miss Lilllae Shannop, a i
o* untrained nour, has been employed in
W. P. Flynn of Palatka. represent. onea e, and left for Waldo yester.
1ag the El PerfeCto Opar Manuflture d. CIAPST S O AR
inl Company, was In the city in CHEAPEST STORE O EARH
int tof hi r yesterday. Engnlaeer John Grimea of High
t t of his Iryeeprinpg was is the eity yesterday. Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Thso D. Evans, prom. Orimes formerly relded la Galneville,
Inout people of Palatka, were amtou having been O ployed as operator in
thoo who pald.Oaiaeville a viit un. the oce of the Ie hrn Bell Tele. D E E E D
day, reglteritg at the Brown House. phone Ompany, and has meao fread C
Captain Oeorge M. I.yMh has re* here who are always glad to se him.
turned to his duties at the Uleversity He ie now rualalg the awitek aneine E arrived sad is, as every.
of Florida, Lake Oity, after spending a or the Alsantet Ooast Lio nla the High
shcrt time pleasantly with his family Wprinp yard. o know the best blse
here. Among the prominent traveling men
Mrs. l.da Bparkman and children of in the city is J. H. Oarr of Baltimore, menth e. the year. We bought
White 8priags, after a pleaaat vilet to repreentaglg OCaatimaam on, A Co.,
the former's mother. Mrs. H. A. Fish. manofacturers of high grade bhlalee, am lea lne ieat g Idsalt w
er, North I(alaneville, have returned to Roekeater, N. Y. Mr. Carr has boee a
their home regular visitor at laieorvra to Oatlne. e hr De e'ber etmeers aad
IDr. Andrew Pledd, president of the ville for several eur, ad oexpesmee
Unulverity of Florida. was in the eity hime lfas bei agreeably Mrprlodat we wilB be piMud to hav our
the growth of he elty, wbN he de-
for a few houru yr.dty o buiro 0 om to be the b interior towa In M
connected with that nsetituti|o and Ia u Fois d. Fo i.I anhd ctu May ri
*ew loeeation_ __s
Mrs W. L Floyd and children have oar atore ad da leIraherip g.
,earned from Lake Ciy'i, where they READ THIS.
hate been on a brief visat to Major Mobile Ala. Feb. 18. 13-. We shall m.l.e to sell 3*-


Floyd, a mmaber of the faculty of the Dr. E. W. Hall, f. Loals. Me.--Der I "M ITIE
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